verb (used with object), cud·dled, cud·dling.
verb (used without object), cud·dled, cud·dling.
Examples from the Web for cuddle
Even her brother, Sheriff, who tried to pick her up to cuddle her, was pushed away with a firm “no” and a shriek.
Trawick appears in one of the photos; they cuddle as he holds a guitar.Britney Spears and Jason Trawick: He’s Her Fiancé, Manager, and Conservator|Ramin Setoodeh|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To remain at the school under the management of yourself and Mr. Cuddle was impossible.
The window was wide open and he closed it, but there was no warm radiator to cuddle against while dressing.The Portygee|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
“Mr. Cuddle, I no longer agree with you on that point,” said Josiah Crabtree coldly.
Now she was eager to comfort him if he was awake and unhappy, or merely to cuddle and kiss him if he was fast asleep in his bed.Virginia|Ellen Glasgow
Mr. Pluxton Cuddle got to work at once, and that day the boys studied more mathematics, astronomy and physics than ever before.
British Dictionary definitions for cuddle
Word Origin for cuddle
Word Origin and History for cuddle
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.