He stopped before Bruce and nuzzled the man's hands as they caressed his hot, soft nose.
And he nuzzled up to his master, in a way that made his tears come.
Croaker came to a halt, his head hanging until he could have nuzzled Drew's shoulder.
He grinned and nuzzled her affectionately, and decided to stay a while longer.
She nuzzled his shoulder, looked soulfully up with her shiny yellow-hazel eyes.
Dauna half turned, and nuzzled her chin in Blake's brown neck.
Molly nuzzled Maggie's pockets, but gave up when she didn't find a treat.
And like a trunk it nuzzled us, caught us up, swept us to the crest.
He nuzzled my throat and licked up the tears as they slid past my chin.
Bubbles and Soapy, who had been paddock mates, nuzzled noses.
early 15c., "to bring the nose to the ground," back-formation from noselyng "on the nose, prostrate," frequentative of nose (v.); meaning "burrow with the nose" is first attested 1520s; that of "lie snug" is from 1590s, influenced by nestle, or by nursle, frequentative of nurse. Related: Nuzzled; nuzzling.