: to curl up comfortably or cozily
: to draw close especially for comfort or in affection
: to make snug
— snuggle noun
Examples of SNUGGLE
- The puppy snuggled up against the sleeping boy.
- The boy snuggled close to his mother.
- The dog snuggled its nose between the pillows.
- The baby snuggled his head against my chest.
Origin of SNUGGLE
frequentative of 1snug
First Known Use: 1687
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