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Holmes was once dubbed the “queen of public makeouts” due to her Dolce Vita-esque tendency to publicly smooch Vitolo at every opportunity.
KATIE HOLMES’ PANDEMIC ROMANCE MAY BE OVER. HOW ABOUT YOURS?ALAINA DEMOPOULOSAPRIL 23, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Miss Philly, you got a smooch on dat waist, and your skirt is hiked up behind.
SIX LITTLE BUNKERS AT MAMMY JUNE'SLAURA LEE HOPE
Thus a smooch, or "offset," the result of handling the paper before the ink has become dry, is prevented.
THE BUILDING OF A BOOKVARIOUS
The land was just a yeller and green smooch along the sky line and the waves was runnin' bigger.
THE DEPOT MASTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Sally should send him off with a proud smooch of lipstick and a tearful promise to wait.
INSTINCTGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
Abishai drew one hand across his forehead, leaving a decorative smooch of blacking on his perspiring countenance.
KEZIAH COFFINJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Both ladies looked fascinatedly to the last at the black smooch on her cheek as they backed out.
THE DEBTORMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
"I saw a great smooch of paint on her sleeve," said Miss Mary.
THE HOME AT GREYLOCKELIZABETH PRENTISS
I must be, with a smooch of flour on my nose and my hair every which way.
THE CAMERONS OF HIGHBOROBETH B. GILCHRIST
And the sun sank behind the hill and had winked his last, and a broad smooch of red lay upon the western horizon.
THE CLAMMER AND THE SUBMARINEWILLIAM JOHN HOPKINS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SMOOCH

  • buss
  • butterfly
  • caress
  • embrace
  • endearment
  • osculation
  • peck
  • salutation
  • salute
  • smack
  • smooch
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