Exosculate Ex*os"cu*late, v. t. [L. exosculatus, p. p. of exosculari to kiss. See {Osculate}.] To kiss; especially, to kiss repeatedly or fondly. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • exosculate — † eˈxosculate, v. Obs. 0 [f. ppl. stem of L. exosculārī, f. ex (see ex prefix1) + osculārī to kiss, f. oscul um a kiss.] trans. To kiss heartily. in Levins Manip. 1623–6 in Cockeram. 1721–1800 in Bailey …   Useful english dictionary

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