: But she was such a kissy-face up person/ Pauley and Norville’s kissy-poo exchange on Today/ For two weeks after that kissy-face weekend, our love connection continued/ is not gonna be a kissyhuggy book/ Many of the rich and famous, the kissy-kissy socials had all but disappeared
: I’ve trained poodles so that they won’t kissy-face everybody (1980s+)
[kist] /kɪst/ noun, Scot. and North England. 1. a coffer; a money chest. 2. any chestlike container; a box, trunk, or basket. 3. a coffin, especially a stone one; a sarcophagus. [kist] /kɪst/ noun 1. 2 . /kɪst/ noun (Scot & Northern English, dialect) 1. a large chest or coffer /kɪst/ noun 1. (archaeol) a […]
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[kist-vahyn] /ˈkɪstˌvaɪn/ noun 1. 2 .
[kist-nuh] /ˈkɪst nə/ noun 1. former name of (def 2). /ˈkɪstnə/ noun 1. another name for the (River) Krishna1