- v be intermediate between two taxonomic groups
These species osculate
- v have at least three points in common with
one curve osculates the other
these two surfaces osculate
- v touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.
- Nurmi eluded a group of giggling women who desired to osculate his drawn cheek, waved farewell to a swarming pier-load of yelling Finnish-Americans, had his last pictures taken .
- She was summoned, he explained, by an arrangement of red lights and phosphorescent screens, which went sailing around the room when she had begun to osculate.