"amorous, meant for kissing," 1947, from smooch (n.) + -y (2).

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Contemporary Examples of smoochy

  • At first, “Soon After Midnight” sounds like a smoochy jukebox ballad in the vein of “Where Teardrops Fall.”

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    The Rage in Bob Dylan's "Tempest"

    David Yaffe

    September 3, 2012