smooch


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smooch

 (smo͞och) Slang
n.
A kiss.
intr.v. smooched, smooch·ing, smooch·es
To kiss.

[Alteration of English dialectal smouch, perhaps imitative of the sound of a kiss.]

smooch

(smuːtʃ)
vb (intr)
1. (of two people) to kiss and cuddle. Also (Austral and NZ): smoodge or smooge
2. (Dancing) Brit to dance very slowly and amorously with one's arms around another person, or (of two people) to dance together in such a way
n
3. the act of smooching
4. (Music, other) Brit a piece of music played for dancing to slowly and amorously
[C20: variant of dialect smouch, of imitative origin]

smooch1

(smutʃ)

v.t.

smooch2

(smutʃ)

v.i. Informal.
1. to kiss.
2. to pet; caress.
n.
3. a kiss.
[1580–90; variant of obsolete smouch to kiss, of uncertain orig.]
smooch′er, n.

smooch


Past participle: smooched
Gerund: smooching

Imperative
smooch
smooch
Present
I smooch
you smooch
he/she/it smooches
we smooch
you smooch
they smooch
Preterite
I smooched
you smooched
he/she/it smooched
we smooched
you smooched
they smooched
Present Continuous
I am smooching
you are smooching
he/she/it is smooching
we are smooching
you are smooching
they are smooching
Present Perfect
I have smooched
you have smooched
he/she/it has smooched
we have smooched
you have smooched
they have smooched
Past Continuous
I was smooching
you were smooching
he/she/it was smooching
we were smooching
you were smooching
they were smooching
Past Perfect
I had smooched
you had smooched
he/she/it had smooched
we had smooched
you had smooched
they had smooched
Future
I will smooch
you will smooch
he/she/it will smooch
we will smooch
you will smooch
they will smooch
Future Perfect
I will have smooched
you will have smooched
he/she/it will have smooched
we will have smooched
you will have smooched
they will have smooched
Future Continuous
I will be smooching
you will be smooching
he/she/it will be smooching
we will be smooching
you will be smooching
they will be smooching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been smooching
you have been smooching
he/she/it has been smooching
we have been smooching
you have been smooching
they have been smooching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been smooching
you will have been smooching
he/she/it will have been smooching
we will have been smooching
you will have been smooching
they will have been smooching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been smooching
you had been smooching
he/she/it had been smooching
we had been smooching
you had been smooching
they had been smooching
Conditional
I would smooch
you would smooch
he/she/it would smooch
we would smooch
you would smooch
they would smooch
Past Conditional
I would have smooched
you would have smooched
he/she/it would have smooched
we would have smooched
you would have smooched
they would have smooched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smooch - an enthusiastic kisssmooch - an enthusiastic kiss      
buss, kiss, osculation - the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof)
smacker - a loud kiss
Verb1.smooch - snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others
neck, make out - kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"

smooch

noun
Slang. The act or an instance of kissing:
Informal: peck.
verb
Slang. To touch or caress with the lips, especially as a sign of passion or affection:
Informal: peck.
Translations

smooch

[smuːtʃ] VIbesuquearse

smooch

[ˈsmuːtʃ]
vi (= kiss) → se bécoter
n
to have a smooch → se bécoter

smooch

(inf)
viknutschen (inf)
nKuss m, → Bussi nt (inf); to have a smoochrumknutschen (inf)

smooch

[smuːtʃ] vi (fam) → sbaciucchiarsi, pomiciare
References in classic literature ?
It goes behind every piece of furniture, except the bed, a long, straight, even SMOOCH, as if it had been rubbed over and over.
But here I can creep smoothly on the floor, and my shoulder just fits in that long smooch around the wall, so I cannot lose my way.
Then she said that the paper stained everything it touched, that she had found yellow smooches on all my clothes and John's, and she wished we would be more careful!
So pucker up, buttercup, and get ready to get your smooch on!
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Seventh-grade teacher Jill Myers may have been game to smooch a pig as part of a fundraiser at Lincoln Middle School in Cottage Grove, but the pig wanted no part in it and proceeded to squirm, squeal and protest loudly.
Picture the scene - amorous couple heads for the stationery cupboard for a bit of a smooch when one suddenly whips out a piece of paper and says: "Would you mind just signing this?"
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