Definition of osculation in English:



See osculate

‘In kissing a girl whose experience with osculation is limited, it is a good think to work up to the kissing of the lips.’
  • ‘As far as I can tell the only victims are the fighting-cock enthusiasts who have engaged in direct osculation with their birds, in an effort to revive them for the fight.’
  • ‘If it and ‘Hogmanay’ share the same root, it may be suggested that the general licence associated with December 31 extended considerably beyond osculation.’



/ˌäskyəˈlāSH(ə)n/ /ˌɑskjəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/