1. a general pej.
|‘May Day Morning’ in Capt. Morris’s Songs in Spedding & Watt (eds) Bawdy Songbooks (2011) III 222: No blast me, says Satchel arse Jackey — / I shan’t drink no kiss my arse chaps / As what claps a new tax upon ’baccy.|
|Emigrants (1980) 63: Dat is a lot a kiss-me-tail nonsense.|
|Flesh Peddlers (1964) 181: It’s depressing, this fake O’Casey, fake Joyce, Ole Sod of Erin kiss-my-arse place, isn’t it?|
|Fireflies 167: But don’t try and play too smart with me. Is not I who make the kiss-me-arse plug.|
|Growing Up Stupid Under the Union Jack 65: An inswinger that travelled at ‘ninety kiss-me-arse miles an hour, boy!’ .|
|Gerald’s Game (1993) 262: Just some swinging dick [...] playing Paul Kiss-My-Ass Bunyan, roaring away with his Stihl.|
|Deadmeat 46: We see one ah dem kissmearse Movin Shade man.|
2. arrogant, undaunted, proud.
|Stand On It (1979) 94: What he meant was that yer gonna grow up into a regular kiss-my-ass, mean bugger.|
|Dolores Claiborne 303: ‘What can you be thinking about, Dolores?’ she ast in that haughty Kiss-My-Back-Cheeks voice of hers.|
|Source Oct. 116: George Jefferson’s blunt language and kiss-my-ass attitude.|