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Synonyms for snog

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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The mare could jump the fences all right, but the jockey was up her neck more times than a back row snogger at the Odeon.
So who's the best snogger - her boss, Joe Carter, played by Johnny Wrather, or her hapless hubby Steve, played by Simon Gregson?
She says: "To be a good snogger you use your tongue in teasing short bursts.
SERIAL snogger Grace got kissed-off when she was cruelly left out of the housemates biggest-ever smoochfest.
Maybe I'm such a great snogger that girlfriends have been too breathless to tell me afterward.
So was the story about the girl who was such a passionate snogger she nearly ripped a bloke's tongue out.
He is very good looking and a fantastic snogger - he even has rich parents.
The cinema was almost empty and I sat alone, a long way from the snoggers and grapplers up the back.
CAMPING IT UP: The Pride Sisters, above from left, Tammy Binn, Ginger Nuts, Freya Bentos, Gloria Snoggers, front, Gaynor Stone and Tanya Hide.
If you look at the big picture, though, the badge snoggers are only hamming it up so that their "dedication" might save them from copping stick when things go belly up.
Some 37 per cent of men think they are dreadful snoggers and feel self conscious paying lip service.
Snoggers transfer an average of 9 milligrams of water, 0.
Let's assume for the purposes of this column that the snoggers in question are single and entirely free to enter into a romance with each other - I only get 600 words for this column - but should employers be concerned about relationships between their employees?