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Nestled vs Snuggle - What's the difference?

nestled | snuggle |


As verbs the difference between nestled and snuggle

is that nestled is (nestle) while snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

As a noun snuggle is

an affectionate hug.

Snuggle vs Fondle - What's the difference?

snuggle | fondle | Related terms |

Snuggle is a related term of fondle.


As verbs the difference between snuggle and fondle

is that snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy while fondle is to touch or stroke lovingly.

As a noun snuggle

is an affectionate hug.

Snuggle vs Peered - What's the difference?

snuggle | peered |


As verbs the difference between snuggle and peered

is that snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy while peered is (peer).

As a noun snuggle

is an affectionate hug.

Snuggle vs Crawl - What's the difference?

snuggle | crawl |


As nouns the difference between snuggle and crawl

is that snuggle is an affectionate hug while crawl is the act of moving slowly on hands and knees etc, or with frequent stops or crawl can be a pen or enclosure of stakes and hurdles for holding fish.

As verbs the difference between snuggle and crawl

is that snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy while crawl is to creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground.

Snuggle vs Comfortable - What's the difference?

snuggle | comfortable |


As nouns the difference between snuggle and comfortable

is that snuggle is an affectionate hug while comfortable is (us) a stuffed or quilted coverlet for a bed; a comforter.

As a verb snuggle

is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

As an adjective comfortable is

(lb) comforting, providing comfort; consolatory.

Caress vs Snuggle - What's the difference?

caress | snuggle |


As nouns the difference between caress and snuggle

is that caress is an act of endearment; any act or expression of affection; an embracing, or touching, with tenderness while snuggle is an affectionate hug.

As verbs the difference between caress and snuggle

is that caress is to touch or kiss lovingly; to fondle while snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

Coddle vs Snuggle - What's the difference?

coddle | snuggle | Related terms |

Coddle is a related term of snuggle.


As verbs the difference between coddle and snuggle

is that coddle is to treat gently or with great care while snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

As nouns the difference between coddle and snuggle

is that coddle is an irish dish comprising layers of roughly sliced pork sausages and bacon rashers with sliced potatoes and onions while snuggle is an affectionate hug.

Snuggle vs Cosset - What's the difference?

snuggle | cosset | Related terms |

Snuggle is a related term of cosset.


As nouns the difference between snuggle and cosset

is that snuggle is an affectionate hug while cosset is a pet; often specifically a pet lamb.

As verbs the difference between snuggle and cosset

is that snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy while cosset is to treat like a pet; to overly indulge.

Snuggle vs Sleep - What's the difference?

snuggle | sleep |


As nouns the difference between snuggle and sleep

is that snuggle is an affectionate hug while sleep is (uncountable) the state of reduced consciousness during which a human or animal rests in a daily rhythm.

As verbs the difference between snuggle and sleep

is that snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy while sleep is to rest in a state of reduced consciousness.

Snuggle - What does it mean?

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