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smooch

play
verb \ˈsmüch\

Definition of smooch

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  kiss, pet

Origin and Etymology of smooch

alteration of smouch to kiss loudly


First Known Use: 1577


2

smooch

noun

Definition of smooch

  1. :  kiss

1578

First Known Use of smooch

1578


3

smooch

verb

Definition of smooch

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  smudge, smear

Origin and Etymology of smooch

probably alteration of smutch, verb


First Known Use: 1631


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smooch

noun

Definition of smooch

smoochy

play \ˈsmü-chē\ adjective

1825

First Known Use of smooch

1825



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