Snug

  • 1 snug´ly — snug «snuhg», adjective, snug|ger, snug|gest, adverb, verb, snugged, snug|ging, noun. –adj. 1. comfortable and warm; sheltered: »The cat has …

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  • 2 Snug — Lage Ohrmuschel Schmuck Ball Closure Ring, Curved Barbell Hinweis zum Schmu …

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  • 3 snug — [snug] adj. snugger, snuggest [Early ModE < naut. language, prob. via E Fris snugge, Du snugger, smooth, neat < Scand, as in ON snøggr, short haired, short (hence, tight, taut) < IE * ksneu < base * kes , to comb, shear (hair) > Gr …

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  • 4 snug — snug; snug·ger; snug·gery; snug·gies; snug·gish; snug·ly; snug·ness; snug·gle; …

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  • 5 Snug — can mean: * Snug (piercing), a type of piercing * Snug, Tasmania, a small town on the D Entrecasteaux Channel, in the municipality of Kingborough in TasmaniaAs a character, Snug can be * Snug (A Midsummer Night s Dream), a character in… …

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  • 6 Snug — Snug, a. [Compar. {Snugger}; superl. {Snuggest}.] [Prov. E. snug tight, handsome; cf. Icel. sn[ o]ggr smooth, ODan. sn[ o]g neat, Sw. snugg.] 1. Close and warm; as, an infant lies snug. [1913 Webster] 2. Close; concealed; not exposed to notice.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 Snug — Snug, n. (Mach.) Same as {Lug}, n., 3. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Snug — Snug, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Snugged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Snugging}.] To lie close; to snuggle; to snudge; often with up, or together; as, a child snugs up to its mother. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Snug — Snug, v. t. 1. To place snugly. [R.] Goldsmith. [1913 Webster] 2. To rub, as twine or rope, so as to make it smooth and improve the finish. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 snug — [adj] cozy, warm close, comfortable, comfy, compact, convenient, cushy, easeful, easy, homelike, homely, intimate, neat, restful, sheltered, snug as a bug in a rug*, soft, substantial, tight, trim, well off; concept 485 Ant. cold, cool,… …

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  • 11 snug — 1590s, compact, trim (of a ship), perhaps from a Scandinavian source, Cf. O.N. snoggr short haired, Swed. snygg, Dan. snèg neat, tidy. Sense of in a state of ease or comfort first recorded 1630. Meaning fit closely is first found 1838 …

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  • 12 snug — 1 trim, trig, shipshape, *neat, tidy, spick and span Analogous words: compact, *close: *orderly, methodical, systematic 2 *comfortable, cozy, easy, restful Analogous words: * …

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  • 13 snug — ► ADJECTIVE (snugger, snuggest) 1) warm and cosy. 2) close fitting. ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a small, cosy public room in a pub or small hotel. DERIVATIVES snugly adverb snugness noun …

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  • 14 snug — snugly, adv. snugness, n. /snug/, adj., snugger, snuggest, v., snugged, snugging, adv., n. adj. 1. warmly comfortable or cozy, as a place, accommodations, etc.: a snug little house. 2. fitting closely, as a garment: a snug jacket. 3. more or less …

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  • 15 snug — [[t]snʌg[/t]] adj. snug•ger, snug•gest, 1) warmly comfortable or cozy, as a place, accommodations, etc.: a snug little house[/ex] 2) fitting closely, as a garment 3) more or less compact or limited in size, and sheltered or warm: a snug… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 16 snug — [[t]snʌ̱g[/t]] snugs, snugger, snuggest 1) ADJ GRADED If you feel snug or are in a snug place, you are very warm and comfortable, especially because you are protected from cold weather. They lay snug and warm amid the blankets and watched their… …

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  • 17 snug — I. verb (snugged; snugging) Etymology: 2snug Date: 1583 intransitive verb snuggle, nestle < snug down for bed > transitive verb 1. to cause to fit closely 2 …

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  • 18 snug — snug1 [snʌg] adj [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from a Scandinavian language] 1.) a room, building, or space that is snug is small, warm, and comfortable, and makes you feel protected = ↑cosy ▪ She wished she were back in her snug little house …

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  • 19 snug — I UK [snʌɡ] / US adjective Word forms snug : adjective snug comparative snugger superlative snuggest 1) a) if you are snug, you feel warm, comfortable, and safe nice and snug in front of the fire b) used about a room or a building that is small,… …

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  • 20 snug — /snʌg / (say snug) adjective (snugger, snuggest) 1. comfortable or cosy, as a place, living quarters, etc. 2. trim, neat, or compactly arranged, as a ship or its parts. 3. fitting closely, but comfortably, as a garment. 4. more or less compact or …

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