Nestle Definition

nestled, nestles, nestling
nestled, nestles, nestling
To rest or press (a baby, one's head, etc.) in a snug, affectionate manner.
Webster's New World
To settle down comfortably and snugly.
Webster's New World
To build or live in a nest.
Webster's New World
To draw or press close for comfort or in affection.
Webster's New World
To lie sheltered or partly hidden, as a house among trees.
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Origin of Nestle

  • Middle English nestlen to make a nest from Old English nestlian from nest nest

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Old English nestlian, "make a nest", derived from nest+-lian.

    From Wiktionary

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