smooch

Wayyy better than kissing. Smooches, smooching, smoochable, smoochfest, smoochy, smoocherific.
Delightfully onomatopoeiac word. If you're sayin' it, you're practically doin' it.

Go on, say smooch slowly and see if you don't close your eyes and pucker.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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  • smooch´i|ly — smooch|y «SMOO chee», adjective, smooch|i|er, smooch|i|est. = smudgy. (Cf. ↑smudgy) –smooch´i|ly, adverb. –smooch´i|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • smooch|y — «SMOO chee», adjective, smooch|i|er, smooch|i|est. = smudgy. (Cf. ↑smudgy) –smooch´i|ly, adverb. –smooch´i|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • Smooch — Smooch, v. t. See {Smutch}. [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • smooch — [smu:tʃ] v [I + with] [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: smouch to kiss (16 19 centuries)] informal if two people smooch, they kiss and hold each other in a romantic way, especially while dancing …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • smooch — [ smutʃ ] verb intransitive INFORMAL if two people smooch, they kiss and hold each other closely …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • smooch — 1932 (v.); 1942 (n.), alteration of dialectal verb smouch (1570s), possibly imitative of the sound of kissing (Cf. German dialectal schmutzen to kiss ). Related: Smooched; smooching …   Etymology dictionary

  • smooch — [v] kiss butterfly*, French*, greet, lip*, make out*, mush*, neck*, park*, peck, pucker up*, smack; concepts 185,375 …   New thesaurus

  • smooch — informal ► VERB 1) kiss and cuddle amorously. 2) Brit. dance slowly in a close embrace. ► NOUN ▪ a spell of smooching. DERIVATIVES smoocher noun smoochy adjective (smoochier, smoochiest …   English terms dictionary

  • smooch — smooch1 [smo͞och] vt., n. var. of SMUTCH smooch2 [smo͞och] n. [var. of dial. smouch, akin to Ger dial. (Westphalian) smuck: ult. akin to SMACK2] Slang a kiss vi., vt. Slang 1. to kiss …   English World dictionary

  • smooch — [[t]smu͟ːtʃ[/t]] smooches, smooching, smooched V RECIP If two people smooch, they kiss and hold each other closely. People sometimes smooch while they are dancing. [V with n] I smooched with him on the dance floor... [pl n V] The customers smooch …   English dictionary

  • smooch — UK [smuːtʃ] / US [smutʃ] verb [intransitive] Word forms smooch : present tense I/you/we/they smooch he/she/it smooches present participle smooching past tense smooched past participle smooched informal if two people smooch, they kiss and hold… …   English dictionary

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