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  • v. Present participle of smooch.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)


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  • But it turns out that the idea of smooching up to trees and shrubs might not have been so bonkers after all.

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  • Carl considerable of his nine dollars by "smooching" his wash into his own home laundry.

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  • 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:" | news

  • THINGS about which I'm kvetching: Josh Lucas and Rachel McAdams reportedly "smooching" at a restaurant.


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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • In one of his photos, Ácido is dramatically smooching his own reflection in a mirror.

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  • 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.

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  • I have pictures of my son smooching himself in the mirror when he was that age!!!

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