Definition of Snuzzled

1. snuzzle [v] - See also: snuzzle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snuzzled

snuggliest
snuggling
snuggly
snuggums
snugly
snugness
snugnesses
snugs
snus
snush
snushed
snushes
snushing
snuss
snuzzle
snuzzled (current term)
snuzzles
snuzzling
sny
snye
snyes
snying
so's
so(p)
so-and-so
so-and-sos
so-called
so-so
so-so(p)

Literary usage of Snuzzled

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1. Memoirs of a Manager: Or, Life's Stage with New Scenery by Henry Lee (1830)
"... to consider the dirt as a relief to her distress, and in the luxury of her despair, she snuzzled in the mud, like an infant to her mother's bosom. ..."

2. Dictionary of Quotations (English) by Philip Hugh Dalbiac (1908)
"When the soul is snuzzled in— 3«8. 79- the— 350. VICES of the saint, 375. „ When— prevails, 336. „ Where ends the virtue or begins ,, The gods of our—make ..."

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