kiss


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Synonyms for kiss

Synonyms for kiss

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

to make light and momentary contact with, as in passing

the act or an instance of kissing

Synonyms for kiss

the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof)

a cookie made of egg whites and sugar

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any of several bite-sized candies

a light glancing touch

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touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.

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touch lightly or gently

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References in classic literature ?
You would have nothing to do with a noble Prince; you did not understand the rose or the nightingale, but you could kiss the Swineherd for the sake of a toy.
Then he departed from her and went to his fellows in the ship, and made him knight, and came again on the morrow for to kiss the damsel.
But when a knight cometh that is so hardy to kiss her, he shall not die, but he shall turn that damsel into her right shape and shall be lord of the country aforesaid.
She did not kiss me on the lips aACA* what happened is that she drew her cheeks close to mine wanting to kiss me on the cheek.
This will make you want to kiss the other person and secondly it will allow you to relax while doing so.
Their kiss went viral in Twitter and several fans have shared their opinions on the said incident.
KISS - the brand - has become one of the most desired instantly recognizable logos capable of leaping between generations with products, tribute musical groups and a well-earned reputation for philanthropy and patriotism.
Women are said to value kissing more than men and how we kiss with a partner makes us assess our relationship.
6, women and their stubbled guys were invited to participate in the Kiss & Tell live experiment in-person--first kissing with stubble, then shaving on-site, then kissing with-out--to reveal what women prefer.
For much of human history, the location of the kiss on the body would demonstrate rank within a royal household or the army.
People in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, are not allowed to lock lips with strangers, and women in Hartford, Connecticut, are not legally allowed to kiss their husbands on Sundays.
The result -- though the kiss was a full on lips on lips press and not a gentle breezy shaving of lips, it failed to stir the passion required for such an intimate scene.
Rodin's controversial sculpture The Kiss - the figure of two naked lovers kissing - was completed in 1886.