Friday, August 29, 2014
Citations for osculate
And the Marquis, whose rough, red beard was trembling with emotion, effusively osculated the ducal paw.
A person should be particular whom they osculate with.
Origin of osculate
Osculate is formed with the Latin word for "mouth," ōs, and a suffix used to create English verbs from Latin, -ate. It entered English in the mid-1600s.