Be forced to regard as lost, ruined, or hopeless, as in Now that both kids are sick, we’ll have to kiss our vacation in Florida good-bye. This usage ironically alludes to a genuine good-bye kiss. [ ; c. 1900 ]
Also see: kiss off, def. 2.
[ki-sim-ee] /kɪˈsɪm i/ noun 1. a town in central Florida. 2. a river in central Florida, flowing SSW to Lake Okeechobee. 140 miles (225 km) long.
[kis] /kɪs/ verb (used with object) 1. to touch or press with the lips slightly pursed, and then often to part them and to emit a smacking sound, in an expression of affection, love, greeting, reverence, etc.: He kissed his son on the cheek. 2. to join lips with in this way: She kissed him […]
noun, Canadian (chiefly New Brunswick) . 1. a covered bridge.
noun 1. Informal. 2. any of several that attack humans, sometimes inflicting painful bites. noun 1. a North American assassin bug, Melanolestes picipes, with a painful bite, usually attacking the lips or cheeks of man