[ smooch ]
/ smutʃ /
verb (used without object)
a kiss; smack.
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Origin of smooch2
1580–90; variant of obsolete smouch to kiss < ?; compare dialectal German schmutzen to kiss, smile
OTHER WORDS FROM smoochsmooch·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for smoocher
/ (smuːtʃ) informal /
(of two people) to kiss and cuddleAlso (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
Word Origin for smooch
C20: variant of dialect smouch, of imitative origin
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