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Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Definitions for snuggery

  1. British. a comfortable or cozy room.
  2. British. a snug place or position.

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Citations for snuggery
Gregory had managed to get home for a hurried lunch and a smoke afterwards in the little snuggery ... Saki, "The Philanthropist and the Happy Cat," Beasts and Super-Beasts, 1914
Ahh, the Snuggery--how well I remember that cozy nook. Thomas Tryon, All That Glitters, 1986
Origin of snuggery
1805-1815
Snuggery entered English in the early 1800s. The suffix -ery can be used to form nouns denoting place or quality.
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