a kiss; smack.
- smoocher, noun
Other definitions for smooch (2 of 2)
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How to use smooch in a sentence
Blue has been spotted more than once with Jay, courtside at NBA games, on the field at the Super Bowl, getting a smooch on the cheek front and center at a major awards show and more.Jay-Z And Blue Ivy’s Fanciest Father-Daughter Moments | Victoria Uwumarogie | January 18, 2022 | Essence.com
Holmes was once dubbed the “queen of public makeouts” due to her Dolce Vita-esque tendency to publicly smooch Vitolo at every opportunity.Katie Holmes’ Pandemic Romance May Be Over. How About Yours? | Alaina Demopoulos | April 23, 2021 | The Daily Beast
A Presidential smooch The Obamas have been caught on the kiss cam!
The Voice judge managed to sneak in a smooch for his girlfriend, model Anne V, when it was her turn on the catwalk.5 Best Moments From the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (Video) | Alex Berg | November 30, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
After showing Jay Leno her favorite boozing gadgets, Kathie Lee Gifford gave the host a smooch.
Though Hader's smooch with the dog is the most cringe-worthy moment, Fred Armisen licking a corpse was a close second.
Miss Philly, you got a smooch on dat waist, and your skirt is hiked up behind.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's | Laura Lee Hope
Thus a smooch, or "offset," the result of handling the paper before the ink has become dry, is prevented.The Building of a Book | Various
The land was just a yeller and green smooch along the sky line and the waves was runnin' bigger.The Depot Master | Joseph C. Lincoln
Sally should send him off with a proud smooch of lipstick and a tearful promise to wait.Instinct | George Oliver Smith
Abishai drew one hand across his forehead, leaving a decorative smooch of blacking on his perspiring countenance.Keziah Coffin | Joseph C. Lincoln
British Dictionary definitions for smooch
(of two people) to kiss and cuddle: Also (Austral and NZ): smoodge, smooge
British to dance very slowly and amorously with one's arms around another person, or (of two people) to dance together in such a way
the act of smooching
British a piece of music played for dancing to slowly and amorously
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