(third-person singular simple present snudges, present participle snudging, simple past and past participle snudged)
- (obsolete, intransitive) To lie snug or close to;
- to snudge along: to walk looking down, with an abstracted appearance.
- to snudge over the fire: to keep close to the fire.
- (obsolete) A miser; a sneaking fellow.
Old English, related to snug