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  • adj. Attributive form of French kiss, noun.


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  • Or when Steve Owen's mother tried to French-kiss him on her deathbed.

    Charlie Brooker | Complaining about the lack of realism in EastEnders is like moaning that Monster Munch crisps don't taste of monsters

  • Yes, there's a gay couple in it, but that's not the point of the film, which is the great lengths Jim Carrey's character was prepared to go for his love of [my character] Phillip, including being a very clever con man ... plus, people get to see me and Jim Carrey French-kiss, which is something you don't get to see every day.

    Playing a Part for Polanski

  • "We kiss. we French-kiss. we embrace," said Jill, 20, a junior at Carson Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn., "and that's it."

    Virgin Cool

  • When the mood strikes them, Justine Frischmann and Donna Matthews French-kiss onstage.

    Shammy Grammys

  • Remind me again, which was more responsible -- the French-kiss on Britney and Christina or exposing your daughter to intimate sexual imagery before her 7th birthday?

    American Beat: Madonna, By The Book

  • WorldCom accounting executive Buford Yates, to an underling who questioned the company's books, according to investigators "I don't have to 'freedom-kiss' my wife when what I really want to do is French-kiss her."


  • They encourage the husband to fondle and French-kiss his wife while she huffs and puffs.

    Sex, Drugs, and Soybeans

  • Asking Frankie to settle for $100 profit was like asking him to French-kiss Sunny The idea made his skin crawl, but, on the other hand, the truck had been lying around the lot for over a month.

    California Dreaming

  • In the so-called "hit and kiss" incident, vagrant Ronnie Martin claimed he and another homeless man had been forced to take turns hitting each other - with one blow harder than the next - and later French-kiss to make up.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It has confused cops, prompted political crusades, and inspired grown men to French-kiss its plexiglass walls.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue


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