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Kissing-comfit

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The candied root of the Sea-eryngium maritimum prepared as a lozenge, to perfume the breath.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Kiss Hands (To)
Kiss the Book
Kiss the Dust
Kiss the Hare’s Foot (To)
Kiss the Mistress (To)
Kiss the Rod (To)
Kiss behind the Garden Gate (A)
Kiss given to a Poet
Kiss the Gunner’s Daughter (To)
Kiss the Place to make it Well
Kissing-comfit
Kissing-crust
Kissing the Hand
Kissing the Pope’s Toe
Kissing under the Mistletoe
Kist-vaen (The)
Kist of Whistles (A)
Kistnerappan
Kit. (Anglo-Saxon, kette, a cist or box [of tools].)
Kit
Kit-cat Club