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  • v. To kiss in an exaggerated fashion, especially without making contact


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  • Ben Affleck, Sheryl Crow and even Martin Sheen, who played the mythic President Bartlet in The West Wing (a New Labour ur-text), have all been mentioned as potentials to offer mwah-mwah kisses to Mr Brown for the ‘progressive’ cause once the general election arrives.

    All bets are off

  • We all know how it all pans out finally - foes and adversaries apologise, go mwah-mwah and make up.

    The Times of India

  • Now that we’re all so used to doing that continental mwah-mwah thing on both sides, just the one kiss feels oddly old-fashioned and … I don’t know … intimate.

    Confetti Confidential


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