or snug·ger·ie


noun, plural snug·ger·ies. British.

a snug place or position.
a comfortable or cozy room.

Origin of snuggery

First recorded in 1805–15; snug + -ery Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for snuggery

Historical Examples of snuggery

  • She found Janet up and dressed, but playing the invalid up in the snuggery.


    Dorothy Whitehill

  • It was a pleasant little party in Mrs. Haley's "cosey" or "snuggery."

    My New Curate

    P.A. Sheehan

  • Caldew walked out of the snuggery and opened a door at the side of the house.

    The Hand in the Dark

    Arthur J. Rees

  • He found Freda in the snuggery and held out his hands to her.

  • But I tell you what it is; if you want to get Hartman here in cold weather you must let us have a snuggery.

    A Pessimist

    Robert Timsol

British Dictionary definitions for snuggery


noun plural -geries

a cosy and comfortable place or room
another name for snug (def. 7)
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