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Definition of Kissably
1. kiss [adv] - See also: kiss
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kissably
Literary usage of Kissably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson: An Historical Biography Based on Letters and by John Cordy Jeaffreson (1888)
"Dropping her eye-lids, whose long lashes were beaded with glistening tears, straightening the lips that curled so kissably under thrills of pleasures, ..."
2. The Gossips of Rivertown: With Sketches in Prose and Verse by Alice Bradley Haven (1850)
"... but pettishness was not an unpleasant expression on Ella's face; her eyes seemed always to grow brighter, and her red lips pouted so kissably—at least, ..."
3. Peh-el-peh (Face to Face) by Moishe Nadir, Joseph Kling (1920)
"... this problem,— namely, why a man is so apt to behave like a fool because a handsome woman happens to be kissably near him,—when this is perfectly clear ..."