- v touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.
- Have you seen that video where those girls snog? You've got to see it!' Record companies need to create that kind of buzz to get their video played and the song on people's minds.
- Ron had finally got SPEW and earned himself a snog! Angela Morrissey: Why is it that Albus Dumbledore can see Harry under his invisibility cloak at certain moments?.
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- Cyndi Lauper continues to bop to her own beat
Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga aren’t so unusual when compared to Cyndi Lauper. Sure, average pop stars don’t snog sledgehammers or parade down red carpets in dresses made of meat. But they hungrily chase controversy with the same desperate desire to be perceived as edgy. Lauper’s breakthrough “She’s So Unusual” had none of the calculation of a modern pop release. Instead of ...
Oct. 18, 2013 - Boston Herald
- Simon Cowell in Ireland Online
Cheryl - who is also joined on the show by Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell - said: "I'd have to snog Dannii. I'd kind of like to avoid the other two."
- John Barrowman in Metro
John said: "I love a good snog. Gay, straight, whatever. As long as people say I'm a good kisser I don't mind. The kiss with James is one of the hottest you will see in a while."
- Keira Knightley in Fashion Monitor Toronto
In five years' time I'll be like, 'I'm sorry, I need to be guaranteed a snog with my leading man. Write it into my contract!'Keira added.