- adj. Excessively romantic.
- smooch + -y (Wiktionary)
“Blacc – also a former MC – can obviously sing, but skims over his Good Things album in favour of bizarre medleys, like a smoochy version of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean that morphs into Basket Case by Green Day.”
“ESOPs give a warm and smoochy feeling, hinting at management and labor pulling together for the common good.”
“His output was very different from the sort of smoochy ballads that had been topping the charts until then.”
“I love near the end how they start sticking in stupid sound effects like his sneakers squeaking on the floor and her making a little smoochy sound.”
““The Pablo would prefer that there be no smoochy talk, if you please, Granny.””
“Not because the world loves you and Michelle that automatically translates into a smoochy embrace from Washington and in particular the Senate and House of Representatives.”
“Poet, gardener, and smoochy face all rolled into one.”
“Riker's eyes indicate their approval, and the two head off to the dancefloor as a smoochy number comes on.”
“I say, as we go into a smoochy dance, Get your bags packed.”
“Im turning over a new leaf here, Grandma, Ariana said, hearing the smoochy sounds of butt-kisses in her mind.”
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