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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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Snuggling is healthy, spiritual and fun," the Daily mail quoted her as saying.
The business has done so well she has even hired another snuggling professional, Colleen.
According to a recent survey, 94 percent of Americans agree that snuggling with loved ones makes them feel happy.
Snuggling sessions are one-on-one and clients are advised to change into comfortable "loose fitting" clothes preferably made of "natural fibres".
An American woman has turned her love of snuggling into a business by charging clients upwards of $60 ([pounds sterling]39) for a cuddle.
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Pet lovers wearing Rover or Tabby as a hat or sweater, or snuggling up with their very own pet-hair pillow or teddy bear, is an idea whose time has come, Marshall believes.
These experiments show that instead of forming a blanket atop a silver bed, gold atoms initially prefer snuggling down under the topmost sheet of silver atoms to form an "underlayer.
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When pumped with specific wavelengths of light, the pairs vibrate toward and away from one another, with a net result of snuggling closer.
Americans may be snuggling to get to sleep, but they are struggling to get a high-quality night's rest," says Pete Bils, a sleep expert.
They can see everything from Bai Yun nursing and cleaning her baby to the two of them snuggling together for a nap.
And these five baby meerkats, orphaned when their mother died soon after giving birth, seem happy enough snuggling up to the stuffed surrogate.
And these five baby meerkats, orphaned when their mum died soon after giving birth, seem happy enough snuggling up to the stuffed surrogate.
ACTRESS Sienna Miller kept the chills at bay on set yesterday - by snuggling up to her leading man.