Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


1. A quick kiss , not necessarily on the mouth , that usually ends with a smaking of the lips . See kiss for synonyms.

2. To kiss briefly, in a friendly manner, with a smacking sound.

See Also: jab, kissonyms, plant a kissy-poo, sissy

Quotes Containing peck:
Harry (Gregory Peck) to Cynthia (Ava Gardner) in The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952): ''Anything is fair in the pursuit of happiness.''
SS Colonel Herbert Kappler (Christopher Plummer) to Monsignor Hugh O''Flaherty (Gregory Peck) in The Scarlet and the Black (1983): ''I know what humanity is. It''s one half with the power and the will to use it and the other-half only cattle to be led.''
Jezebel Dezire (Ann-Margret) and Lou Peckinpaugh (Peter Falk) in The Cheap Detective (1978): - Jezebel : ''See anything you like? I''m Jezebel Dezire, accent on the Dezire.'' - Lou: ''How do you do? I''m Peck Lookinpaugh.'' - Jezebel : ''Don''t worry, I do that to every one, even to myself.''
Dr. Constance Petersen (Ingrid Bergman), a psychoanalyst, and Anthony Edwardes/John Ballantine (Gregory Peck) in Spellbound (1945): ''People fall in-love , as they put it , because they respond to a certain hair coloring, or vocal tones, or mannerisms that remind them of their parents.''
Ambrose Bierce (Gregory Peck) to Harriet Winslow (Jane Fonda) in Old Gringo (1989): 'Man, as you know , is one of the most pathetic creatures on earth, condemned to a desire that contradicts all the laws of nature, to close the gap between two human beings. Some call this desire of love , and it is desperately impossible to satisfy.'

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