kisser

[kis-er]
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Origin of kisser

1530–40; 1930–35 for def 2; kiss + -er1
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Examples from the Web for kisser

Contemporary Examples of kisser

  • In 1998, Bill Gates was meeting with Flemish Minister and President Van den Brande when he got a pie in the kisser.

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    The 6 Best Pie-in-the-Face Pranks

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    October 23, 2009

Historical Examples of kisser

  • I say, loud, before he clamps one of his big hands over my kisser.

  • Shari leaped to her feet and really slapped him in the kisser.

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    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?


British Dictionary definitions for kisser

kisser

noun
  1. a person who kisses, esp in a way specifieda good kisser
  2. a slang word for mouth, face
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Word Origin and History for kisser
n.

sang for "mouth," attested from 1860, agent noun from kiss (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper