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  • The girl cuddled over her work so that he could not see her face. Cited from Bob Son of Battle, by Alfred Ollivant
  • She held out her arms for her son and cuddled him against her breast. Cited from Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance, by Frances Cavanah
  • He cuddled the dog into his arm and held out his hand. Cited from The Seventh Noon, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • How close they cuddled to each other, and how happy they were! Cited from The Story Hour, by Wiggin/Smith
  • They could cuddle one another, but that was as far as they could go.
  • Have not they enough of one another in winter, but they must cuddle in summer too? Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole v3, Horace Walpole
  • He sat down on the hall floor and cuddled the child against his breast. Cited from Prudence of the Parsonage, by Ethel Hueston
  • Close cuddled in my own two hands, My big round ball with yellow bands! Cited from A Jolly Jingle-Book, ed. by Laura Chandler
  • Then he cuddled down beside his sister, and it was all dark and quiet. Cited from Dew Drops, Vol. 37. No. 16, April 19, 1914, Ed. by George E. Cook
  • He took her into his arms and carried her -- she cuddled her head against his throat. Cited from The Lady of Big Shanty, by Frank Berkeley Smith
  • Close cuddled in my own two hands, My big round ball with yellow bands. Cited from A Jolly Jingle-Book, ed. by Laura Chandler
  • She cuddled close to them when they were asleep so that they would not feel cold. Cited from A Kindergarten Story Book, by Jane L. Hoxie
  • And then, uncle, do you see those nice thin trees cuddling each other? Cited from Probable Sons, by Amy LeFeuvre
  • Then as they cuddled down in the warm sand Mary began her story. Cited from Algonquin Indian Tales, by Egerton R. Young
  • Thus they were cuddled up so the cold wind and snow could not blow on them. Cited from Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Reaching down, Sam took her into his arms and cuddled her like a child. Cited from Windy McPherson's Son, by Sherwood Anderson
  • He was so friendly that she cuddled up against his broad back and fell asleep. Cited from Ten American Girls From History, by Kate Dickinson Sweetser
  • He took her hands and cuddled them in his own. Cited from Red Masquerade, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • Tom calls to her and she runs to him and cuddles him.
  • He cuddled down, lost to the world until five o'clock, when the building was closed. Cited from Dust, by Mr. And Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
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How cuddle gets used

Meaning of cuddle

  • noun A close and affectionate (and often prolonged) embrace
  • verb Move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position
    We cuddled against each other to keep warm, The children snuggled into their sleeping bags
  • verb Hold (a person or thing) close, as for affection, comfort, or warmth
    I cuddled the baby