American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A kiss.
- v. To kiss.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as smutch.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. See smutch.
- v. snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others
- n. an enthusiastic kiss
- Perhaps from a dialectal variation of smack. Compare also Low German smok ("a kiss, a smouch"). (Wiktionary)
- Alteration of English dialectal smouch, perhaps imitative of the sound of a kiss. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Rush bends over and presents his oversized @ss like an Italian Don presenting his ring to a wannabe) * smoochy smoochy smooch smooch*, I don't know what I was saying suh, I stepped on your toes suh and ahs sorry suh .. fnckin 'token idiot ..”
“Sacrificing plot clarity for wisecracking dialogue and smouldering seduction the producers removed a big chunk of explanation in favour of more Bogart-Bacall smooch time, the definitive Chandler detective movie is still wildly enjoyable.”
“The smooch, which is both long and very real no, it's not one of Castle's fantasies or dreams, manages to walk a line that we think will actually please both camps.”
“Leslie thanks Ben with a smooch, which is all caught on camera.”
“Remember the following Norse fable the next time you sneak a smooch under the mistletoe: Frigga, goddess of love and beauty, wanted to make the world safe for her son, Balder.”
“Probst says that the Kent Roberts chair, "Untitled," which mimics an old-fashioned courting bench, is a favored spot for visitors to sneak a smooch.”
“Witherspoon then dug in the knife a little more, calling her smooch session with Pattinson "a little bit of a downer.”
“Despite a "she could be his mother" gap of almost three decades, Efron has called the smooch the "best part of the movie.”
“It seems Ms. Phillips, 29, was spied in a passionate embrace on Saturday night - and her friend in the smooch was a girl.”
“Well, Miley is not one to back down from such a dare and gave her pal a big smooch, that is a big smooch on the cheek.”
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