Snuggle meaning

snŭgəl
To snuggle is to move into a warm position, or to cuddle.

When you get cozy underneath a blanket, this is an example of a time when you snuggle in.

When you cuddle up with your spouse, this is an example of a time when you snuggle.

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To lie closely and comfortably; nestle; cuddle, as for warmth, in affection, etc.
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To curl up closely or comfortably; nestle.

Snuggled happily under the covers.

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To draw close or hold closely, as for comfort or in affection; hug.
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To hold or draw close or in a comfortable position; cuddle; nestle.
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(intransitive) To lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

Sometimes my girlfriend and I snuggle.

The surrounding buildings snuggled each other.

The last drop of jager snuggled the corner of the pint.

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The final remnant left in a liquor bottle.
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To lie or press close together; cuddle.
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To move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cosy position.

Tired but satisfied, the children snuggled into their sleeping bags.

The pet dog snuggles into its new bed.

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Origin of snuggle

  • Frequentative of snug

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

  • First attested in 1687. snug +"Ž -le (“frequentative"); spelt with doubled "˜g' to clarify pronunciation.

    From Wiktionary