pucker up

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pucker up (third-person singular simple present puckers up, present participle puckering up, simple past and past participle puckered up)

  1. To contract a facial feature so as to form wrinkles; used especially of the lips when whistling or kissing.
    • 1998, “Every You Every Me”, in Without You I’m Nothing, performed by Placebo:
      Sucker love is heaven sent / You pucker up, our passion's spent

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