from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To hug and snuggle simultaneously: gesture of tender non-sexual affection.
- v. To hug and cuddle.
- v. To huddle.
- n. A hug while snuggling: gesture of tender non-sexual affection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To hug.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To hug; embrace.
April 20, 2010 at 1:03 pm oldmomcat not gotted a drive-by huggle yet!
I think I'll go huggle my Jeremy Brett DVDs and weep softly in a corner for a bit.
Yes, I agree, we shud give him a huggle pyle next tyme.
JCH4K alwuys noes hoaw tew maek eben teh sad fings in owur lil lives hab a positive ending, and furr dat we shud all huggle her!
Aftur, burrito dem in a towl an huggle dem until dey nawt soppin, an dem let dem likliklikliklik until dey drai.
To those that I should be emailing (and especially to Matt * huggle*) you have my apologies - I'm trying to be on my feet and active for at least an hour or two each day and even with the meds, once I'm done I've been pretty much collapsing and catching up on sleep.
I wish we can stay home and huggle under the warmth of the blankets.
So I did not know what to do any more, and I could only huggle him, as he calls it, and wipe his eyes on my frock, and we sat there and huggled each other.
"I want to meet him and say, `Listen, if you're going to do the huggle and I'm going to sit on your lap in the friendly chair, I'm up for it.'"
That drew a Twitter retort from "Downton Abbey" star Hugh Bonneville, who wrote he thought that "Jean Marsh was bigger than that" and suggested that she "needs a big huggle in the friendly chair."