Definition of Smooches

1. Noun. (plural of smooch) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of smooch) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Smooches

1. smooch [v] - See also: smooch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smooches

smolderer
smolderers
smoldering
smoldering leukaemia
smolderingly
smolderings
smolders
smolianinovite
smolt
smoltification
smolts
smooch
smooched
smoocher
smoochers
smooches (current term)
smoochfest
smoochier
smoochiest
smoochily
smoochiness
smooching
smoochy
smoochy-woochy
smoodge
smoor
smoored
smooring
smoors
smoosh

Literary usage of Smooches

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1. The Yellow Wall Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1899)
"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 ..."

2. The Official Report of the Trial of Charles Louis Tucker for the Murder of by Massachusetts, Massachusetts Superior Court (1907)
"Those were a little larger than the pin heads, — the smooches were. ... A. What looked to be smooches, to me. Q. And large or small smooches? A. Small. ..."

3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1877)
"Phillis threw down the bellows and seized the tongs, heaping coals on the bake-kettle cover as if it were a red-coat's head. " All jags and smooches ! ..."

4. Scribners Monthly by Charles William Wason (1878)
"... tears the paper through the middle, breaks her charcoal to bits and smooches the drawing all over. Having thus disposed of it she folds her amis, ..."

5. Essays, Historical, and Literary by John Fiske (1902)
"parchments can be reproduced with strictest accuracy, with all their stains and rents and cracks and smooches, and with our magnifying-glass we may ..."

6. Essays, Historical, and Literary by John Fiske (1902)
"parchments can be reproduced with strictest accuracy, with all their stains and rents and cracks and smooches, and with our magnifying-glass we may ..."

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