smoocher


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smoocher

(ˈsmuːtʃə)
n
slang a person who smooches
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Hollywood being what it is, Salma, 50, is a very experienced on-screen smoocher, having locked lips with co-stars including Colin Farrell, Pierce Brosnan, Matthew Perry, Adam Sandler and Antonio Banderas, and gives Samuel the firm thumbs up.
Duran Duran's highest entry may be at a modest No 6, with Rio, but from here on in the supergroup dominates the Top 20 with school disco smoocher Save A Prayer, Hungry Like The Wolf, Ordinary World (admittedly from the 90s) and Girls On Film.
A video obtained from the incident shows the 'Ali' star pulling away and then slapping sneaky smoocher Vitalii Sediuk.
Yet when paparazzi snapped a shot in November 2001 of Portia de Rossi kissing a woman in a Los Angeles alley, Egusquiza was the first person to uncover that the mystery smoocher was singer-songwriter Francesca Gregorini, who just happens to be Ringo Starr's stepdaughter.
Prince dims all the lights and lowers the decibels on the R&B smoocher "Somewhere Here on Earth.
Evidently lacking a sense of irony, she promptly dumped him' but most right-thinking people regarded it as a classic smoocher.
And even Bocelli, who now ranks as the world's best-selling classical artist, doesn't escape an acidic mauling by London opera critic Norman Lebrecht: "He is a smoocher snapped up by desperate classical labels as a marketing gimmick - it's the blind leading the deaf.
Coral: 7-4 Cuvee, 9-4 Ruler's Court, 7 Euosilver, 11 Grand Reward, 12 Cactus, 14 Old Deuteronomy, Chapel Royal, Pomeroy, 20 Smoocher.
We've said it before, we'll say it again: Exfoliating your pucker is the fastest way to a smooth smoocher.
A decade later they had released a string of hits, including Still and school disco smoocher Three Times A Lady.
Tilsley, chairing the business management committee in the absence of the old smoocher Whitby, was clearly up for a verbal ruck with Labour's Sir Albert Bore.