Definition of Kissers

1. Noun. (plural of kisser) ¹



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Definition of Kissers

1. kisser [n] - See also: kisser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kissers

kissagram
kissagrams
kissathon
kissathons
kissed
kissed-up
kissed and made up
kissed and told
kissee
kissees
kissel
kissels
kisser
kissers (current term)
kisses
kisses-up
kisses and makes up
kisses and tells
kissest
kisseth
kissfest
kissfests
kissiest
kissing
kissing-bunch
kissing-up
kissing and making up
kissing and telling

Literary usage of Kissers

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1. Lewis Seymour and Some Women by George Moore (1917)
""A young man of very shady character, indeed, Helen; one of the band known in the clubs as 'money-kissers.' " "Money-kissers, aunt! What are money-kissers? ..."

2. The Kiss and Its History by Kristoffer Nyrop (1901)
"... (kissers). They prowl about the streets and market-places; not even the walls of the home, nor even the enforced solitariness of the most hidden-places ..."

3. The Collected Works of George Moore by George Moore (1922)
"A young man of very shady character, indeed, Helen; one of the band known in the clubs as ' money-kissers.' " " Money-kissers, aunt! What are money-kissers ..."

4. Black River by Justin Clemens (2007)
"So the kissers and the pokers and the various other builders and he and I went out together one night on the open sea where one could see the foam on the ..."

5. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress), John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1834)
"A terrible hubbub ensued, in which the kissers took one side and the anti-kissers another. Ultimately, the latter had to go to the wall. ..."

6. The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient by Richard Garnett, Alois Brandl, Léon Vallée (1899)
"Now loosen your hands — now loosen, and see Who the kissers and kissed of the reapers shall be. ROYAL CONVERSE. The king from the queen an answer craves ..."

7. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1827)
"Take hold of your reeds, youths and maidens ! and see Who the kissers and ... Now loosen your hands—.now loosen, and see Who the kissers and kiss'd of the ..."

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