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snuggle bunny

A term of affection for a romantic partner or child. I'm so glad you're home, my snuggle bunny! I miss you so much when you're away on business.
See also: bunny, snuggle

snuggle down (with something)

to nestle [into something] with something, such as a blanket, doll, book, etc. The baby snuggled down with her blanket and was asleep in no time. Sally grabbed onto her favorite doll and snuggled down for the night.
See also: down, snuggle

snuggle down

(with someone) to nestle [into something] with someone else. Billy snuggled down with his sister in the big feather bed. They snuggled down and went to sleep.
See also: down, snuggle

snuggle down (with something)

to nestle [into something] with something, such as a blanket, doll, book, etc. The baby snuggled down with her blanket and was asleep in no time. Sally grabbed onto her favorite doll and snuggled down for the night.
See also: down, snuggle

snuggle (up) against someone or something

to press or cuddle against someone or something, as if to keep warm. Tiffany snuggled up against Tad and asked him to give her some chewing gum. He snuggled against the warm wall on the other side of the fireplace.
See also: snuggle

snuggle up (to someone or something)

to cuddle up close to someone or something. Kelly snuggled up to Jeff. she snuggled up and said she wanted him to go pick up a pizza.
See also: snuggle, up

snuggle up

v.
1. To lie or press close together: The lovers snuggled up in front of the fire.
2. To lie or press close to someone or something: The puppy snuggled up to its mother.
3. To curl up closely or comfortably; nestle: I snuggled up under the covers.
See also: snuggle, up
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SAFE Degus snuggled together at Tynemouth''s Blue Reef Aquarium
BOOK DAY: Amy Vernon (2), Henry Clarkson (3), Daniel Vernon (4) and Ruby Beckett (3) enjoy hot chocolate and a story GOOD READ: Jessica Hubbard (3), Isobel Brown (3), Charlie Hooks (3) and Dharam Sandhu (3) enjoy reading books while snuggled up in their duvets
Do you think it would be wrong if I snuggled up to him when I get scared?
Lucky jumped into Glenda's arms and snuggled her nose in Glenda's neck, Judy says.
San Francisco is probably the only place in the Northern Hemisphere right now where people are huddled around fireplaces, snuggled in cable-knit sweaters, watching summer reruns.
If you walk along the narrow passages between Broadway and West Street in Lower Manhattan, a petrified slice of New York's past emerges: There are the few remaining low-slung Civil War-era buildings snuggled between the Art Deco-influenced skyscrapers erected in the years following the construction of the American Stock Exchange in 1921.
Also at the bash was Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt) who snuggled up to boyfriend Ryan Thomas (Jason Grimshaw), Lucy Jo Hudson (Katie Nelson) and Sami a Ghadi (Maria Sutherland).
Flip to a full-page photo of three kittens snuggled with a perky mouse on top of the furry pyramid and who could resist reading on to find out how this unusual friendship developed?
Rather than pulling away from her, Bridget snuggled her head closer to Betty's lap and remained there as Betty's sobbing slowly ceased.
Howard's refusal to take a middle ground results in a unique style that ushers in a trip to the islands, be it on a jet plane or an evening snuggled up on the couch with "Livin' on Key West Time" playing in the background.
The pair were soon lying side by side and as she snuggled up to his neck, she asked how he "smelt so nice in the jungle".
IT was a case of Penelope Snooze as Hollywood hunk Tom Cruise's girlfriend snuggled up for 40 winks in the back of a taxi.
snuggled closer to his mother and said, ``That's horrible
Early Christmas morning, Sara Shandler snuggled a pillow, yawned and told her mom, "I'm on THE LIST again.
Much of my garden has snuggled in for the winter, but the California natives are perking up with all this rain.