adjective -gier or -giest

informal sensitive and caringa soft, lovely, huggy person

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  • As the trio passed I recognised the centre one to be Huggy the Tailless.

  • Huggy almost squeaked again, it was so very sad—and painful.

  • 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.

  • There, in a corner which Huggy had not noticed before, lay a huge dog half asleep!