- v. present participle of smooch.
- n. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
“But it turns out that the idea of smooching up to trees and shrubs might not have been so bonkers after all.”
“Carl considerable of his nine dollars by "smooching" his wash into his own home laundry.”
“In a blog post regarding his recent split from wife Camille, he writes about Father's Day, about being seen "smooching" a woman who was his daughter Spencer and says he and Camille had been discussing separation for "some time:”
“THINGS about which I'm kvetching: Josh Lucas and Rachel McAdams reportedly "smooching" at a restaurant.”
“( "smooching" as the official sign calls it) are allowed here.”
“Lots of shots of arms-over-shoulders, dark bars and hallways, sexless flirting, smooching, and rolling about are used instead as a copout, standing in for the heat that isnt there.”
“By ten-thirty we moved to the sofa and fell to smooching and by eleven it seemed to me I'd better get my tush in a taxi fast or I'd wind up falling into the sack with a near-stranger.”
“In one of his photos, Ácido is dramatically smooching his own reflection in a mirror.”
“But all that smooching has one benefit for Finn: With the girls of McKinley High lined up to suck face with the hunky footballer, Quinn reflects on what they once had before her pregnancy ripped them apart.”
“I have pictures of my son smooching himself in the mirror when he was that age!!!”
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From the February 2010 Harper's, which says, "From a 'blacklist' file included with the latest edition of Crossword Compiler, a British computer program for designing various word puzzles. The file...
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