cuddle up


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cuddle up

To snuggle with someone or something. I left the room in disgust when my sister and her boyfriend started cuddling up to each other. The puppies cuddled up to their mother.
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cuddle up

(to someone or something) and cuddle up (with someone) to nestle or snuggle close to someone or something to get warm or to be intimate. Let's cuddle up to the warmth, near the fireplace. She cuddled up with him and went to sleep.
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cuddle up

(with someone) Go to cuddle up (to someone or something).
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VALERIE HOGG, Cullercoats A Cuddle IT'S nice to have a cuddle When you're feeling low Nice to have a cuddle to say hello Nice to have a cuddle from a long Lost friend Nice to have a cuddle to say Well done Nice to have a cuddle up to your loved, One while watching TV The best cuddle is from Your grandchildren when they Say I love you.
In one shot the basketball player can be seen kissing Brinson, who he calls "My queen", during their honeymoon, while in another the smiling pair cuddle up for the camera, the New York Post reported.
You could cuddle up in the night and be there when she wakes up in the morning.
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Oh to cuddle up on a cold night with this sumptuous mohair cushion and matching throw.
They cuddle up like little peas in a pod, but only on a non-school night," Victoria told The Sun.