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kissess

verb; blending and clipping
to kiss and caress a person This word describes two acts of love or attraction that a couple engages in: kissing and caressing. Through the blending of kiss and caress (clipped), it resulted in the formation of kissess. The speaker probably coined the new word instead of using both words to make it easier to say. It blended in nicely, and the new word even sounds romantic when spoken. The 's' sound at the end of both words makes kissess sound like a normal word. I’ve never heard a girl use the word; I would rather use kiss and caress instead of kissess. It takes away the romanticism of each word and its meaning. A guy does not like to sound romantic and in love when talking to his guy friends. The word ‘caress’ is not one they like to say; they would rather say touch. By combining both kiss and caress, they avoid saying caress. It not only hides their romantic side, but also saves them some time by blending both words together. Caress is a word used by women more often, so it is probable that women would not use this word. When women get together, they like to be descriptive, and caress is one word that is very important to include in the conversation. It sounds so much more romantic to say, “He kissed me and caressed my body,” rather than “He kissessed me.” Men are concise, while women are descriptive. Kissess is for men, while kiss and caress is for women.
 
My girlfriend likes for me to kissess her.
Etymology : blend of kiss + (car)ess clipping
Source : My boyfriend's roommate
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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