This lesson will help you define lip, kiss, cheek, peck, passionate, affection, smooch, smacker and pout.

(a) lip  noun  one of the two soft, red parts of the mouth

  • Their lips were about to meet for the first time.


kiss  verb  to touch someone with your lips as a sign of love or greeting

  • They kissed for the first time – wow!


(a) cheek  noun  the soft part of your face below your eyes

  • She put her hands on his cheeks and then kissed him.


(a) peck  noun  a quick light kiss on your cheek

  • She gave him a quick peck on the check then flew away.


passionate  adjective  showing very strong feelings or emotions

  • The way he held and kissed her showed that he was a very passionate man.


affectionate  adjective  showing that you like or love someone or something

  • He gave him an affectionate kiss.


smooch  verb  to kiss, hold, and touch someone in a sexual way

  • Five minutes after they met they were smooching.


(a) smacker  noun  a loud kiss

  • The smacker he gave her was heard by everyone in the bar.


pout  verb  to push out your lips to look more sexually attractive

  • Her pouting was not noticed so she gave up.


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