nestle

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nestle (up) to (someone or something)

To lean or lie against someone or something in a gentle, cuddly manner; to snuggle up to someone or something. The boy went over to the sofa and nestled up to his mother while they watched the movie. I love to nestle to this stuffed animal as I go to sleep at night.
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nestle (up) against (someone or something)

To lean or lie against someone or something in a gentle, cuddly manner; to snuggle up to someone or something. The boy went over to the sofa and nestled up against his mother while they watched the movie. I love to nestle against this stuffed animal as I go to sleep at night.
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nestle (up) into (someone or something)

To lean or lie into someone or something in a gentle, cuddly manner; to snuggle up to someone or something. The boy went over to the sofa and nestled up into his mother while they watched the movie. I love to nestle into this stuffed animal as I go to sleep at night.
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be nestled (up) into (something or some place)

To be tucked away in something or some place in a snug, secure manner. The cute little lodge is tuck up into the wooded hills of Vermont, miles away from any other people. Steve was nestled into the corner of the café, his nose buried in a book.
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nestle down (in something)

To lean or lie down (into or on top of something) in a snuggly, cuddly, secure manner. After the kids were in bed and the house was tidied up, we finally nestled down in front of the television to chill out for a while. I love nestling down in bed at night after a long day of work.
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nestle down (in something)

to settle down in something; to snuggle into something, such as a bed. They nestled down in their warm bed. Please nestle down and go to sleep.
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nestle (up) against someone or something

 and nestle up (to someone or something)
to lie close to someone or something; to cuddle up to someone or something. The kitten nestled up against its mother. The shivering puppy nestled up to Kathy.
See also: nestle