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noun Osculation
verb To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness
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As soon as he had got into the court-yard, he moved very softly, and the ladies were so much engrossed with counting the kisses, that all might go on fairly, that they did not perceive the Emperor.
I'm hoping we might get a couple of kisses on the carriage ride.
Prosecutors accused the duo of exchanging kisses and consuming liquor.
Soft, pastel hues weave a sleepy cloud around pictures of beloved stuffed animals (plus a doll) who each receive a special number of goodnight kisses from a sleepy girl.
Joanna, 13 FIRST kisses are one of those things - you never forget them but they are rarely as good as you expect them to be.
14 -- Now you can send bouquets and kisses to your loved ones on this Valentines Day with KIssMS.
Hundreds of men and women will attempt to break two Guinness Book of World Records, the largest shave lesson and the most kisses in a minute by a pair.
This has made him well-nigh invulnerable with women voters, one of whom was heard to remark last night: 'Surely a man who kisses babies the way he does could never break the heart of the world.
There are kisses of treachery (the Judas kiss), kisses of greeting, kisses of subjection and the kiss of life (in Genesis).
As many may know, the X in XOXO means kisses and the O has come to mean hugs.
Washington, Feb 14 (ANI): Men like to push to make kisses sloppier, while women want to keep them long, suggest a new study.