- v. Simple past tense and past participle of kiss.
“And then when he'd put me in my seat (Father, I mean; not the conductor), all of a sudden he leaned over and kissed me; _kissed me -- Father_!”
“Again, it was the use of the word kissed which I found so beguiling.”
“Incidentally, if you have an AR-type rifle, and you chamber a cartridge and then unload the rifle, you will very often see a mark where the firing pin "kissed" the primer as the bolt slammed forward into battery.”
“The botrytis just plain kissed these grapes, providing a sweetness of such depth and luxury that I wanted to demand another glass.”
“And director Francesca Zambello kept a focus on storytelling so that the action was always clear, from the moment when the handsome captain of the guard, Narraboth, kills himself out of frustrated passion for the princess Salome to the moment when the princess, smeared with blood from the decapitated head she has just kissed, is punitively garrotted (rather than crushed by a shield) by another guardsman.”
“He kissed his hand to her, sipped from his condensed milk can a man-size drink of druggist's alcohol, and to her again kissed her hand.”
“As soon as he was reelected he again kissed up to Bush and the neoconservatives.”
“On Saturday night, just after the unveiling of his bronze bust on stage, Irvin kissed the likeness of himself.”
“Irvin kissed his hall bust before he capped the riveting ceremony with preacher's intensity.”
“Ever wonder what it feels like to be kissed from a rose on the grave?”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Traditional; arranged by the Pogues, copyright 1984.
Oh Kitty, My Darling, remember
That the doom will be mine if I stay
'Tis far better to part, though it's hard to
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