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  • adj. Tending to hug; affectionate in a physical way.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • However, on sunday he seemed a bit out of it, and on monday he was a bit wobbly and very huggy, which is unusual for him.

    January 22nd, 2009

  • MCDERMOTT: By introducing the so-called huggy, huggy, Westerfield's lawyers are trying to show that hair and fibers from Danielle that were found in his motorhome could have originally come from the mother.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2002

  • We are living through a very picky parenting moment, one when parents are expected to obsess about every moment they spend with their child, making these as healthy, huggy, meaningful and many as possible.

    Custody Goes To The Craziest Parent

  • She's very, very huggy which is lovely but unlike her and she can't bear to be apart from either Stu or I. Today though she's been much better and has eaten quite a bit too.

    tequilamonky Diary Entry

  • When one team says, "Give back the top 20 percent," another team says, "Invest it in health care, education," or something, then you at least must make that distinction, and I think at this point that part of the problem of the Democrats has been the Republicans have been playing kind of huggy bear.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Democratic National Convention: Democratic Party's Liberal Wing Gets a Chance to Speak Out - August 15, 2000

  • Over the years we've worked hard to be a "huggy" family.

    Raising Five

  • Ray: As long as we get enough drinks down Meow to get her all "huggy" again.

    Smithers MINNEAPOLIS

  • He called the church's new initiative with the financial sector admirable but said: "The pessimist in me says greedy people aren't going to change just because the church or some guy writes reports saying we should all be huggy, peace-and-love hippies."

    St. Paul's Halts Legal Bid to Evict Activists' Camp

  • Even though I explained to the tailor that I needed plenty of room in the ass, probably enough for two of his kids to live in, the resulting pants were still a little huggy up the asscrack for my liking.

    Tyler finally gets new pants

  • Marshall-Stacks said ... children can be traumatised by the loss of a favourite huggy thing, and I guess the nice people know that a missing bunny is Very Significant in a life out there somewhere.

    lost rabbit


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