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After kissing her out of impulse, then I sniffed her.

I checked it in dictionary but I really did not find. Sorry if it looks immoral. Actually I changed it but it still looks bad. The original text actually had a fetish content. Really sorry.

This is actual context:

I took another whiff, longer this time. Ahh how great it smelled. Out of impulse, I then sniffed the outside parts of the boots, they too were very good.

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    You could have answered this question yourself if you had googled for one minute. – Graduate Mar 10 '14 at 8:19
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It is in the same province with the expressions "out of anger", "out of jealousy", "out of fear." It means to do something without forethought, when you have a sudden strong wish to do something.

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