- a person who kisses.
- the face.
- the mouth.
Origin of kisser
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Examples from the Web for kisser
In 1998, Bill Gates was meeting with Flemish Minister and President Van den Brande when he got a pie in the kisser.The 6 Best Pie-in-the-Face Pranks
The Daily Beast Video
October 23, 2009
I say, loud, before he clamps one of his big hands over my kisser.The Flying Cuspidors
V. R. Francis
Shari leaped to her feet and really slapped him in the kisser.Card Trick
Walter Bupp AKA Randall Garrett
Both Peggy and the kisser were silent while this loving operation was in process.Rose O'Paradise
Grace Miller White
Are not you he that is a kisser of men, in drunkenness, and a betrayer in sobriety?Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (7 of 10):
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Word Origin and History for kisser
sang for "mouth," attested from 1860, agent noun from kiss (v.).
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