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  • v. Present participle of nuzzle.


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  • Previously, the Daily News had reported that he was spotted "nuzzling" with a married woman (not his wife) at a NJ restaurant and the Post claimed a State Trooper found him and a woman (not his wife) fully clothed in a Governor's Mansion utility closet.


  • Go clear brush with the worst president in US history, you GOP nut nuzzling jackass ….

    Think Progress » Obama: Gitmo Has ‘Been Subject To A Lot Of…Pretty Rank Politics’

  • The purring stopped, and I felt something soft tickling my chin and nuzzling my cheek.

    Brush of Darkness

  • He worked his way higher, suckling and licking the water droplets from the sweet spot just below my ear, nuzzling my earlobe with an unfamiliar tenderness.

    Brush of Darkness

  • And to Bob, who had turned his head and was up to his playful nuzzling: -

    Chapter XI

  • There was a little snippet of a scene in nearly each trailer, basically it was … well Edward sort of nuzzling Bellas neck, or something of the sort.

    Twilight Lexicon » Most Wanted Twilight DVD Extra Material

  • Her other hand brushed the front of my pants while she pressed her face into my neck, nuzzling and kissing it a little.


  • Yawning, Charles haphazardly slung his clothes and wig over the damask chair, put his blue enamel travel clock on the marble-topped nightstand, and climbed into bed next to me, nuzzling his face into my neck.

    Exit the Actress

  • Bleary-eyed from travelling, the tiny puppy fell asleep in my hand, nuzzling his squashed black face into my palm.

    Exit the Actress

  • “Shh, we are not going to allow her into our bed,” he said, resuming his nuzzling.

    Exit the Actress


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