Last modified on 17 December 2014, at 08:12

smooch

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Etymology 1Edit

Perhaps from a dialectal variation of smack. Compare also Low German smok (a kiss, a smouch).

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NounEdit

smooch (plural smooches)

  1. (informal) A kiss.
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smooch (third-person singular simple present smooches, present participle smooching, simple past and past participle smooched)

  1. (informal) To kiss.
    They smooched in the doorway.
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Etymology 2Edit

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smooch (third-person singular simple present smooches, present participle smooching, simple past and past participle smooched)

  1. Alternative form of smutch
    • Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper
      Then she said that the paper stained everything it touched, that she had found yellow smooches on all my clothes and John's, and she wished we would be more careful!