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  • Another tried to snoodle into the shirt-pocket of the black boy who accompanied me.

    My Tropic Isle

  • The programme sounded very attractive, -- to snoodle up to the hot bottle, and lie at ease reading an interesting book, -- much more attractive than to linger downstairs by the dying fire, and discuss disagreeable problems with an anxious mother.

    The Fortunes of the Farrells

  • The door closed, leaving Elma to snoodle down on her pillows, with a sigh of relief, while Cornelia lifted her skirt in both hands and danced

    Flaming June

  • I'll snoodle up to the hot bottle, and read till you come. "

    The Fortunes of the Farrells


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