Making out  

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The Kiss (1896) by  William Heise
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Making out is a euphemism of American origin, dating back to at least 1949, and is used synonymously with the terms kissing, petting and necking, but may also refer to non-penetrative sex acts such as heavy petting. Snogging is a term with roughly the same meaning in British English and related varieties of English.


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