Huggle
Huggle \Hug"gle\, v. t. [Freq. of hug.] To hug. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • huggle — 1. verb a) To hug and snuggle simultaneously: gesture of tender non sexual affection. Lie still, lie still, thou little Musgrave, | And huggle me from the cold; | tis nothing but a shepherds boy, | A driving his sheep to fold. b) To hug and …   Wiktionary

  • huggle — Combination of a hug and a cuddle. More intimate than simply a hug, but more physical than a cuddle. I need a huggle! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • huggle — Combination of a hug and a cuddle. More intimate than simply a hug, but more physical than a cuddle. I need a huggle! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • huggle — hug and cuddle …   Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand

  • huggle — hug·gle …   English syllables

  • huggle — /ˈhʌgəl/ (say huguhl) noun Colloquial (often used with children) an affectionate hug. {blend of hug + cuddle} …   Australian English dictionary

  • huggle — ˈhəgəl, ˈhu̇g transitive verb (huggled ; huggled ; huggling g(ə)liŋ ; huggles) Etymology: freq. of hug (I) dialect England : hug, cuddle …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wikipédia:Huggle — Huggle Interface graphique de Huggle Développeur …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wikipedia:Huggle — Atajos WP:HUGWP:HUG WP:HUGGLEWP:HUGGLE WP:HG …   Wikipedia Español

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