Definition of 'snuggle'
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Turn the heating up and snuggle on sofa. The Sun (2009)You may be happy to stay home and snuggle but is your loved one? The Sun (2016)We had a bottle of wine and watched a movie snuggled up together on the settee. The Sun (2013)We chatted into the night and snuggled up together. The Sun (2008)Turn them through the syrup and snuggle together. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The last one was really scary and we ended up snuggled up close together on the settee. The Sun (2011)Quarter lengthways and snuggle together on the cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Eight sets of panda eyes are shut as their owners snuggle together in the wooden cot in their nursery. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sometimes, we wake up to find them snuggled up together on our bed. The Sun (2014)If you live close to the airport, leave now and snuggle up in front of the fire. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I remember it mainly as a night when we all got to snuggle up together. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Gas bills are sky high, while the fat cats snuggle up closer to the fireplace at our expense. The Sun (2008)He kept waking up unhappy while my husband and I were snuggled under the duvet. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You'll be able to snuggle up in front of a log fire in the lounge and play one of the board games before bedtime. The Sun (2011)When you snuggle under the duvet tonight, spare a thought for Thor. Times, Sunday Times (2015)AS THE winter takes a firm hold we fluff up our duvets and snuggle down. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Used Rarely. snuggle is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'snuggle'
British English: snuggle VERB
If you snuggle somewhere, you settle yourself into a warm, comfortable position.
She snuggled up against his shoulder.
Definition of snuggle from the Collins English Dictionary
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