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- noun Wales A cubby-hole or similar
- noun Wales A
- verb Wales To hug or cuddle.
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The children's corner a dedicated "cwtch", or snug is especially delightful.
They will never forgive the Lib Dems under her leadership if they start cwtch-ing up to the Tories.
Our milk bottles are seen by thousands of people each week and we thought that this sticker campaign would be a great way of matching caring owners with canines in need of a bit of a cwtch!
Whilst the Prime Minister is trying to cwtch up to Rhodri, the First Minister is discreetly pushing him away.
And Bethan - Even though we have four children, I didn't realise how wonderful it is to cwtch a brond new little grand daughter.
You just wait until you cwtch her for the first time - its such a lovely feeling
It's been a long time since I've had an orgasm, oh sweet Jesus, but when I cwtch to a man I've been the closest I've been for about a year.
Earlier Whant had denied the suggestion he was "infatuated" with Nikitta following a rendezvous with her outside her parents home a couple of years earlier where they shared a "cwtch and a kiss".
There's nothing better after a long day than cuddling up on the sofa, with a DVD and big fat cwtch from your other half.
I mean, throughout winter everyone just wants to cwtch up indoors.