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  • n. Alternative spelling of kiss-off.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I think I just wrote a punk-rock social-networking kissoff song.

    Tew's Day!

  • Find out how Bill Gates is giving the kissoff to the rip-off artists.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2003

  • Fresh beatbox and a touch of ragtime piano into the bottom of a breezy kissoff song, in which she sounds more free and brazen than she has in years.

    NPR Topics: News

  • If they didn't reverse themselves on the First Amendment rights of Nazis in the wake of huge numbers of people like you (those who only believe in the Constitution when it suits them) cutting off funding and leaving the organization, I highly doubt they will do so now. my kissoff.

    Ghost in the Machine

  • Gearing up for the predictable kissoff, he says he was disappointed in Paxton's response, but adds:

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • I'm Waking Up To Us, partly recorded by Mike Hurst, the producer and songwriter who discovered Cat Stevens, was a kissoff to an ex which arrived, although nobody knew at the time, just as Murdoch and Campbell's relationship was breaking up.

    Sweeping The Nation

  • He stands to walk away from the disaster he helped create with a personal corporate kissoff of up to $299 million.

    Toronto Sun

  • Ed has suggested to me that this might be a very heavily coded further kissoff to sf editors, particutlarly since it was published under his Curt Clark pseud, which he employed after his hostile open letter to sf editors reprinted in THE BEST OF XERO volume out a few years back...since the model of accused hypocrisy (assuming Westlake had a good idea of what Kropotkin or Bakunin or Proudhon propounded) and its practical results sounds a lot like his view of the sf establishment in '62, perhaps when he wrote the novel (published by Ace, edited by ex-Leninist Donald Wollheim, who might've been sympathetic beyond the surface metaphor).

    Don Westlake #2

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