smouch

noun (1)
\ ˈsmüch, ˈsmau̇ch \
plural -es

Definition of smouch

 (Entry 1 of 5)

dialectal
: a slobbery smacking kiss

smouch

verb
\ " \
-ed/-ing/-es

Definition of smouch (Entry 2 of 5)

chiefly dialectal
: to kiss especially loudly or slobberingly

smouch

noun (2)
plural -es

Definition of smouch (Entry 3 of 5)

obsolete
: jew
\ ˈsmau̇ch \
-ed/-ing/-es

Definition of smouch (Entry 4 of 5)

: to get by stealing or trickery : filch, pilfer

smouch

Definition of smouch (Entry 5 of 5)

variant of smutch

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History and Etymology for smouch

Noun (1)

imitative

Noun (2)

alteration of smous

Transitive verb

probably from smouch entry 3

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“Smouch.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/smouch. Accessed 12 Aug. 2022.

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