informal sensitive and caring: a soft, lovely, huggy person
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How to use huggy in a sentence
Shawn knew she was looking good, in her jeans, cowboy boots and a huggy little white rabbit jacket.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis | Richard Ben Cramer | January 11, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Beside the loaf was a box of matches, and huggy could not be happy till he had found out what was inside.
huggy found it rather rough on his back going down the ladder, but, with a good supper in view, he could bear most things.
Her dog (the same who had robbed huggy of his tail), according to his custom, followed her into the larder.
There, in a corner which huggy had not noticed before, lay a huge dog half asleep!
huggy almost squeaked again, it was so very sad—and painful.