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- v. Present participle of cuddle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. holding close in a tender and afectionate manner.
- n. lying closely together while caressing; nestling together.
- n. foreplay without contact with the genital organs.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
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Now, the academic pinks longterm cuddling with the reds, over a span of some decades, might be suspect, as mentioned.
His son, who he clearly adored -- and, touchingly, according to news reports, kept "cuddling" -- was a "stupid kid" who had "screwed up".
You may recall her cuddling and groping the poor boy as he slept in last week's episode.
Sometimes making out can lead to … well you know, which leads to cuddling, which is all good!
The researchers also offered a selection of positive or neutral words - such as 'stroking' and 'cuddling' - to act as controls.
But, usually I don't reciprocate the cuddling, which is why it usually ends up that he's sleeping on my shoulder.
There were tons of stars visible, and we were only a little nervous we were going to wake up cuddling a kangaroo!
Girls love the idea of cuddling up on the sofa and watching a movie with you.
While sarcastic, the idea of cuddling the QB to the ground is a great idea for a protest.
Scientists at Yale University think the contractions during natural childbirth trigger the release of oxytocin, known as the cuddling hormone, in the mother and form a closer attachment between mothers and their babies.