Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of snug: more snug

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A device for imparting to twine a uniform thickness and a smooth and dense surface.

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Examples

  • Anyway, the Harvard Square ABP has a glassed-in greenhouse where you can sit and drink your warming beverage while looking out at the university -- and in the way of things, that greenhouse is inhabited by a couple of smart, fat sparrows who are much snugger (and smugger) than the sparrows still stuck outside.

    live through this and you won't look back

  • The new, smaller, dome BP plans to use this week is designed to have a snugger fit and allow in less seawater.

    BP Set to Try Risky Move to Contain Flow

  • The tacticsThe St James 'Park pitch boast a new set of seemingly snugger markings but Hughton maintains it has not been narrowed.

    Newcastle refocus on maximising resale value and defensive prowess

  • Because the snugger half of my pants are already on the shelf, as they were pressed in a bit on my very tender tum.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Himself, who had effected the transfer, had pronounced the roof upkeep and the heating bills too much for even the Kinloch coffers, and had negotiated a retreat to a smaller snugger home in what had once been the kitchen wing with living quarters for a retinue of dozens.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

  • “Not fond of the seatbelt power snugger trying to choke me.”

    From the logbook: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350

  • She moves in closer, snugger, wrapping my legs with hers.

    Gorgeous World

  • Don't forget that fabric objects have a thickness that paper wouldn't have - with photos, for instance, you'd want a much snugger fit.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • The skates arrive and I try them on, they seem a little bit snugger than I really wanted, but I guessed that maybe they needed to be to provide the proper support.

    Sizes....

  • Look for a pair that allows your foot to ride somewhat low to the ground and has a slightly snugger fit so your foot isnt slipping around in the shoe with all the lateral motion of trail running.

    ChiRunning

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