oscula


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os·cu·la

 (ŏs′kyə-lə)
n.
Plural of osculum.
References in classic literature ?
Nay, in the last capital, being, as it were, the cope-stone which our blessed founder placed on the pure and undefiled doctrine which he had enjoined, we are prohibited from offering, even to our sisters and our mothers, the kiss of affection ut omnium mulierum fugiantur oscula.
Mulciber, ut perhibent, his oscula coniugis emit Moenibus et tales uxoris obtulit acres.
and smaller oscula have been overcarefully scraped away," Joyce