kissable

[kis-uh-buhl]
adjective
inviting kissing through being lovable or physically attractive.

Origin:
1805–15; kiss + -able

kissability, kissableness, noun
kissably, adverb
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kiss (kɪs)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to touch with the lips or press the lips against as an expression of love, greeting, respect, etc
2.  (intr) to join lips with another person in an act of love or desire
3.  to touch (each other) lightly: their hands kissed
4.  billiards (of balls) to touch (each other) lightly while moving
 
n
5.  the act of kissing; a caress with the lipsRelated: oscular
6.  a light touch
7.  a small light sweet or cake, such as one made chiefly of egg white and sugar: coffee kisses
 
Related: oscular
 
[Old English cyssan, from coss; compare Old High German kussen, Old Norse kyssa]
 
'kissable
 
adj

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The scars trailed down his face but stopped short of his kissable, pouting lips.
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