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- n. The state or quality of being snug.
- n. The result or product of being snug.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being snug.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being snug, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a state of warm snug comfort
I felt regret at the destruction of this haven against the elements, but at the same time was well pleased at thought of my snugness inside my four shirts and three coats.
Let him block my airway and feel the snugness of my throat while licking his balls.
Not the fit of my T-shirt or the snugness of my jeans.
During the ten-minute wait for the helicopter, the survivors double-check the snugness of their PFDs and make sure they have their ditch bags with their passports and wallets.
Or when it is storming terribly and that cosy feeling of warmth and snugness comes to us sitting before a fire dry and warm.
Naked the way Katie Holmes is going to be next month when she appears in a revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons in which she'll probably be wearing a pleated skirt and a sweater of appropriate length and snugness for a wholesome girl next door type circa 1946: standing on stage with nothing between her and the audience but whatever talent she can bring to her part.
She feels the snugness of her bed, the warmth of sleep seeping into her body.
His whole conversation on snugness revolves around fictional children who hide or sleep in snug places within the following books: The Wind in the Willows, Heidi, The Secret Garden, and the stories of Beatrix Potter.
He breaks down the book into five different themes: snugness, scariness, smallness, lightness, and aliveness.
The finished elastic will usually wind up about 4 shorter than your waist measurement, to get this snugness, but your mileage may vary.