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Synonyms for peck

kiss

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  • kiss
  • plant a kiss
  • give someone a smacker
  • give someone a peck or kiss

Synonyms for peck

to touch or caress with the lips, especially as a sign of passion or affection

peck at: to scold or find fault with constantly

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the act or an instance of kissing

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a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 2 gallons

a United States dry measure equal to 8 quarts or 537

hit lightly with a picking motion

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eat by pecking at, like a bird

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kiss lightly

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eat like a bird

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bother persistently with trivial complaints

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The cause of death remains undetermined and DNA testing is not complete, but police had enough evidence to charge Peck, Deputy Chief Bill Wolf said earlier.
Previously, Peck was a principal at Boston Consulting Group.
Capi Peck also lost her lawsuit against her stepmother.
The School Construction Authority has proposed construction of a new, approximately 476-Seat primary school at the site of I Peck Slip, which was constructed approximately 60 years ago.
In his time away from the bond firm Peck made a name for himself as an athlete, playing guard for local basketball teams and starring as a catcher on the diamond.
However, there was a trend for 22-week old birds that were re-trimmed at 14 weeks to have fewer drinks per peck than the control birds (p<0.
The opportunities given to Peck could have led to a richer, more coherent life.
During mating, they chase females, drag them around by their feathers, peck them, and try to mate with their heads.
Finch earned Peck his final Hollywood honour, placing him No.
In a film career dating back to the 1940s, Gregory Peck played many and varied parts.
SCREEN legend Gregory Peck, the handsome movie star whose long career included such classics as Roman Holiday, Spellbound and his Academy Award winner To Kill A Mockingbird, has died at the age of 87.
GREGORY Peck, who embodied saintly fatherhood in To Kill a Mockingbird and played a range of real-life figures from Abraham Lincoln to Josef Mengele, has died aged 87.
A book by the American psychiatrist, M Scott Peck, Denial of the soul--spiritual and medical perspectives on euthanasia, although published in 1997, is today more relevant than ever.
By Gunther Peck (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.