unkiss

unkiss

(ʌnˈkɪs)
vb (tr)
poetic to cancel (a previous kiss or a particular action) with a kiss
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"Well then, I'll unkiss you!" And he threw his arms round her neck for this novel, but apparently not very painful, operation.
At the end of our path we found it, under the pines, a crystal- clear thing with lips unkissed by so much as a stray sunbeam.
He was leaving her now, unkissed, but white and indignant.
Other tracks of note are "It Was Always You," the Justin Timberlake-esque "Feelings," and the alt-flavored ballad "Unkiss Me."
Opening song Maps could be the Brit singer but the album still rocks the Maroon sound on tunes like Unkiss Me.
The electronicatinged "It Was Always You" derives its appeal from a "relatable" subject matterabout a guy who belatedly realizes he's in love with his best friend, while the breakup track, "Unkiss Me," impresses with its honesty and plaintive candor: "Unkiss me/ Untouch me/ Untake this heart/ And I'm missing just one thinga brandnew start."
The last departing pink mist Of hope fades unkissed And I am still double ticking love That fails to come my way And as the inkless pen tells The sad story I am aware Of hollow laughter ringing Through rafters of despair.
Upon a smooth and wide brow an abundance of pale fair hair, fine as silk, undulating like the sea, heavy like a helmet, descended low without a trace of gloss, without a gleam in its coils, as though it had never been touched by a ray of light; and a throat white, smooth, palpitating with life, a round neck modelled with strength and delicacy, supported gloriously that radiant face and that pale mass of hair unkissed by sunshine.
His list of suggestions includes 'Verisimilitudinous', 'Unknown, Unkissed and Lost', 'Infectious Diseases in Cattle' and 'The Obscure Moon Lighting an Obscure World'.
Nothing is worse than going through life with our toes unkissed.
through the mythological founding of Buenos Aires the threshed soul of a city that, like an unkissed bride, reappears in Borges's shadow: Every language is revitalized by contact with a foreign one (by reading a foreign tongue?) to William Carlos Williams, that first Latino, in search of an American English to break with the Other he himself was, not from the evening "I" (no zealot like a convert), a plan of action under a national aegis so that a blue voice nourished with whispers, I've known rivers: Ancient dusky rivers.