Examples of snuggle in a Sentence
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.
Recent Examples of snuggle from the Web
In snuggling up to Kim, however grudgingly, Xi has reasserted China’s indispensable role in negotiating any change to the major geopolitical currents in Asia.
Christmas isn’t the only time of year when people want to snuggle up on the couch and watch cheesy-but-fun romantic comedies.
At that same moment, Gregory snuggled up to Joe, tenderly looking up to his rescuer.
End the ski day with a glass of wine, snuggled under a Pendleton blanket by the patio fire pit.
In between snuggling her two youngest kids and refereeing a video game the older ones were playing, Pruett described to me some of the ways that the family’s financial crisis had impinged on her academic life.
Comfy and cozy in their pajamas, four-year-old North and two-year-old Saint snuggled up next to mom, while new baby Chicago rested in Kim's arms.
But this one, snuggled into the corner of the unassuming homewares emporium, accommodated my body easily.
For the first time in a while, Red Sox and the Yankees A) are simultaneously stacked, and, far more importantly, B) don’t want to snuggle.
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SNUGGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snuggle for English Language Learners
: to lie or sit close together in a comfortable position
: to place (something) close to or against someone or something
SNUGGLE Defined for Kids
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