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Oscule (noun): A small orifice or a mouth-shaped opening, especially on a sponge or coral.

Oscule (verb): To kiss or caress.

Sample sentences:

1. The sponge had numerous oscules on its surface, allowing water to flow in and out.

2. The coral polyps extend their oscules to capture tiny organisms from the surrounding water.

3. She couldn't resist osculing her newborn baby's soft cheeks.

4. In the final scene of the play, the two actors osculed passionately, leaving the audience in awe.

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