- n. One who is kissed.
- kiss + -ee (Wiktionary)
““Ai noe yur gonna stop dis annoyink kissee stuffs ebenshully, sew jus git it ober wit!””
“Sew m-barussin wen mawm an dad mayk kissee-fays n publik.”
“The Holy Day, one demented kissee wrote, was my Independence Day, July 4.”
“Kissee kissee… nao u reddy fer skool piksher, young man!”
“Tihs meens yuu muste gibb her a snorgle, hed-bonk, & kissee immejiaytelee;”
“Her wil giv hims a byg kissee adn snorgle, adn thanks him veree muches;”
“Dey doan cum muches kyooter den yuu; hears a snorgle adn a kissee fur yu!”
“As she was about to leave him he madly seized her around the waist, exclaiming, 'Ah Moy kissee you good-bye!' and tried his best to do so.”
“This Hebe, Mr. Gordon greeted with a loving kiss, which the kissee resented in a very unequivocal strain of disgustful reproach.”
“Mr. Gordon greeted with a loving kiss, which the kissee resented in a very unequivocal strain of disgustful reproach.”
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