Definition of kisser in English:

kisser

noun

  • 1A person who kisses someone, especially in a particular way.

    ‘he's a good kisser’
    • ‘The two kissers were not arrested for kissing.’
    • ‘But when they kissed - as good as a kisser as Kate was, there was no spark there, no chemistry.’
    • ‘So, I'll leave the two kissers there, sipping Coke, since you can surely imagine the rest.’
    • ‘Oh, and have you noticed that 75% of kissers lean their faces to the right when going in for a kiss.’
    • ‘I've just wiped a coffee puddle off the counter when I spot them - the notorious couch kissers.’
    • ‘Lest anyone think his is a luvvie's philosophy, a charter for air kissers, then think again.’
    • ‘The two Johns lock eyes frequently in deep contact and stop barely short of demonstrating what great kissers they may be.’
    • ‘The ratio of right-turning kissers to left-turners is about the same as that between right-handedness and left-handedness.’
    • ‘Marty thought the waist-touch was pretty intimate, and in fact I do sometimes use it on someone I'm trying to pick up; but the two people I waist-touched over the weekend were the two frequent social kissers I mentioned earlier.’
    • ‘And he still is the best kisser I ever kissed, including my husband.’
    • ‘Girl kissers aren't ‘real’ lesbians, and the label has a somewhat derogatory connotation in the lesbian community.’
    • ‘And I'm sure everybody's asking, ‘Oh, is he a good kisser?’’
    • ‘We like to help anyone that has trouble kissing, but we also want people that are great kissers too’
    • ‘I know that she has never kissed a guy before, but she is the best kisser I've ever experienced.’
    • ‘His hugs were so pleasant, and his kisses… he was such a good kisser!’
    • ‘Damn him for being such a good kisser, damn him for making her want to kiss him back, damn him for a dream filled night.’
    • ‘The British were voted the world's worst kissers, the least romantic, the worst flirts and the worst life partners.’
    • ‘According to my dictionary, there are two categories: the kissable and the kissers.’
    • ‘At first he didn't respond but Sarah was such a good kisser and she was provoking him to kiss her back the way he used to, he had no choice but to kiss her back.’
    • ‘We get there and he starts kissing me… He was the worst kisser ever… It was like being licked by a dog.’
  • 2informal A person's mouth.

    ‘I belted him one, right on the kisser’
    • ‘Thanks to burglar alarms, British criminals have figured out that it's easier to wait till you come home, ring the door bell, and punch you in the kisser.’
    • ‘Winstone's never been one to keep his kisser buttoned, though.’
    • ‘This lippie is also packed with menthol, passion flower and jojoba oil, leaving my kisser luxuriously moist and poutworthy.’
    • ‘You know that trick where you put wrap your tongue over your upper lip, which forces the lower one to go all puffy and huge, and you pretend that comically enlarged kisser is your real mouth?’
    • ‘She arched her back and jerked her head back, and I got it right in the kisser.’

Origin

Mid 16th century: from kiss + -er. kisser (sense 2) ( mid 19th century) was originally boxing slang.

Pronunciation

kisser

/ˈkɪsə/