verb. ['ˈsnʌgəl'] move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position.
- draw close
- hold close
- hold tight
Words that Rhyme with Snuggle
Example sentences of the word snuggle
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
When they snuggle, the hairless rat gets to cuddle into the fur of his cage mate.
2. Noun, singular or mass
He's not the most affectionate of canines, so don't expect a big, white snuggle bunny.
3. Verb, base form
The result should be a soft burrow bed that your dog can snuggle up in and feel safe.
4. Noun, plural
Some carry them around gently or even snuggle with them.
Quotes containing the word snuggle
1. Homework is not an option. My bed is sending out serious nap rays. I can't help myself. The fluffy pillows and warm comforter are more powerful than I am. I have no choice but to snuggle under the covers.
- Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak
2. There is some delight in ale and wineAnd some in girls with ankles fineBut my delight, yes always mineIs to dance with Jak O’ the ShadowsWe will toss the dice however they fallAnd snuggle the girls be they short or tallThen follow Lord Mat whenever he callsTo dance with Jak O’ the Shadows.
- Robert Jordan, Knife of Dreams
3. On a grander scale, when a society segregates itself, the consequences affect the economy, the emotions, and the ecology. That's one reason why it's easy for pro-lifers to eat factory-raised animals that disrespect everything sacred about creation. And that is why it's easy for rabid environmentalists to hate chainsaws even though they snuggle into a mattress supported by a black walnut bedstead.
- Joel Salatin, Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal: War Stories from the Local Food Front
noun. ['ˈsnʌgəl'] a close and affectionate (and often prolonged) embrace.
verb. ['ˈsnʌgəl'] position comfortably.
- draw close