adjective, snug·ger, snug·gest.
verb (used without object), snugged, snug·ging.
verb (used with object), snugged, snug·ging.
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Example sentences from the Web for snug
For a backpacking trip, you might be fine with a snug, slender mummy bag that’s light and warm—but on a more relaxed outing, it’s nice to have the option to sprawl out a bit.
The snug fit also creates excellent noise isolation so you’re not bothered by the sounds of your neighbors fighting or getting romantic.Gifts that make video calls look and feel more glamorous|Stan Horaczek|December 9, 2020|Popular Science
It should be about as snug there as a watch strap is around your wrist.
This men’s running shoe is made of snug, stretchy mesh, ensuring your feet will breathe easily while you’re jogging in them.
Fits by Ultimate EarsCustom-fit headphones, fastIf you want a snug in-ear headphone fit, you can cram your auditory canals full of foam or shell out big money for a custom set that requires a trip to an audiologist for molding.
Then she curled up, with her cheek on her hand, her head snugged between her shoulders.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
We wrapped the one plaid round us both and snugged together, waiting for the tea to boil.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
Lucky for the ship that she was snugged afore the storm busted.My Danish Sweetheart, Volume 3 of 3|William Clark Russell
Then as a gust of cold wind blew in through the window he snugged down into his blanket.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
Prudently snugged down in ample time, with extra hands at the steering tackles, they let her drive.Blackbeard: Buccaneer|Ralph D. Paine