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Synonyms for snuggle



Synonyms for snuggle

to lie or press close together, usually with another person or thing

Synonyms for snuggle

a close and affectionate (and often prolonged) embrace

move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position

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Neglected Snuggles lay dead inside, while another very thin black-and-white rabbit was still alive.
New mum Billie Piper only has eyes for two-month-old baby Winston as the pair enjoy a blissful bonding snuggle in the sun.
As the nights draw in, Sutherland Lyall snuggles up and loses himself in cyberspace.
THIS is the sickening end of Snuggles, a labrador starved to death after being locked in a bedroom for three weeks.
The little Thames Water Pavilion snuggles in the shadow of the Dome, and is part of an exploratory environmental control system.
FEAST: Busted tuck into kebabs; CHARMER: Charlie snuggles up to Niki