Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To nestle; snuggle.

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Examples

  • Give those girls a snoozle from me…. on August 15, 2007 at 6:42 pm | Reply Tense Teacher

    Happy O’Mama Bear « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • The last couple of days have been a much needed break from a hectic and unsettled work schedule, with time to make models, shop for some rather nifty new speakers with a sub woofer that makes the house shake, read, play some Animal Crossing, watch telly and squeeze in the odd snoozle or two.

    La Dolce Vita

  • Let us know if you can help with any of the TBAs, or with offering a place to snoozle at night.

    Metal Underground.com

  • He said it was deevilish fine stuff, an 'so he took ane drappikie, an' anither drappikie, and yet anither drappikie, "-- Sandy's accent got more and more pronounced as he went on --" an 'after a bit, his heed dropt doun, an' he took a wee snoozle of a minute or twa, -- then he woke up in a 'his strength an' just grappit the flask in his twa hands an 'took the hale o't off at a grand, rousin' gulp!

    Thelma

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