Trawick appears in one of the photos; they cuddle as he holds a guitar.
Even her brother, Sheriff, who tried to pick her up to cuddle her, was pushed away with a firm “no” and a shriek.
I did have longings to cuddle them in my apron and I did want to take them down to the brook.
You are the Devil's own son, Ivan; come and let me cuddle you.
You'll have to cuddle down with me; you're beautifully warm at any rate.
He was not fond of petting, but allowed one or two honored beings to cuddle him.
"To see ye, Mike," was the ending of her sentence, as she trotted to Donald's gift and began to cuddle it.
cuddle up against me, darling, and try and go to sleep then.
Gin I had a bonny wee dog I'd gie 'im ma ain brose, an' cuddle 'im, an' he couldna gang awa'.
I expect they cuddle you and play with you and hold you 'most exactly like mothers.
early 16c. (implied in cudlyng), perhaps a variant of obsolete cull, coll "to embrace" (see collar (n.)); or perhaps from Middle English *couthelen, from couth "known," hence "comfortable with." It has a spotty early history and seems to have been a nursery word at first. Related: Cuddled; cuddling.