kisser

noun
kiss·er | \ˈki-sər \

Definition of kisser 

1 : one that kisses

2 slang

a : mouth

b : face

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Synonyms for kisser

Synonyms

countenance, face, mug, puss [slang], visage

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Examples of kisser in a Sentence

Punch him in the kisser. angrily threw the unwanted valentine back in the would-be suitor's kisser

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Pets can enter into categories like best kisser, highest jump, best costume, most unusual and best trick. Annie Alleman, chicagotribune.com, "Batavia Windmill City Fest continues to add free family fun," 5 July 2018 But the event was available on pay-per-view, and the fights generated buzz on social media thanks to the likes of the knuckle-kisser and his bare-knuckled buddies. Josh Peter, USA TODAY, "Fight club: Legalized bare-knuckle boxing may be next big show in ring," 4 June 2018 Later in the series, Stephenson decided to give James a love tap in the kisser. Sean Smyth, BostonGlobe.com, "Brad Marchand isn’t the only athlete who’s found weird ways to psych out opponents," 6 May 2018 In a White House full of obsequious ass-kissers ever eager to stroke President Trump’s fragile ego, Vice-President Mike Pence stands apart. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "Report: Mike Pence Makes Fun of Himself to Please Trump," 18 Apr. 2018 However, DeGeneres’ most compelling query for the 27-year-old actor revolved around whether Liam Hemsworth or Bradley Cooper is a better kisser. Megan Mccluskey, Time, "Jennifer Lawrence Settles the Age-Old Debate of Whether Liam Hemsworth or Bradley Cooper Is a Better Kisser," 2 Mar. 2018 Someone who communicates, is a good kisser and able to help them achieve orgasm. Editors, USA TODAY, "Bye, Democracy? According to this super-secret memo, you're basically dead," 1 Feb. 2018 And the focus of Chanel Beauty House is the kisser, with a wide array of lip products (in every shade, texture and finish imaginable) available on-site to experiment with and purchase. Ingrid Schmidt, The Hollywood Reporter, "Chanel Offers VIP Access to Pre-Oscars Beauty House (Exclusive)," 21 Feb. 2018 Standouts include editor Ben Cobb, the unofficial ambassador of an hirsute ’70s-era kisser. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "The So-Bad-It’s-Good Facial Hair That Dominated at Men’s Fashion Week," 20 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of kisser

1537, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of kisser was in 1537

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kisser

noun

English Language Learners Definition of kisser

: a person who kisses

kisser

noun
kiss·er | \ˈki-sər \

Kids Definition of kisser

1 : a person who kisses

2 : a person's face … Dana's mother had popped him in the kisser.— Carl Hiaasen, Hoot

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