noun, plural snug·ger·ies. British.
Words nearby snuggery
Examples from the Web for snuggery
He could not be induced to leave his snuggery, and even as we talked he was lustily snoring.The World As I Have Found It|Mary L. Day Arms
Caldew walked out of the snuggery and opened a door at the side of the house.The Hand in the Dark|Arthur J. Rees
Like a true sportsman, in telling the story afterward in John Saunders's snuggery, he averred that the number was nine!Pieces of Eight|Richard le Gallienne
Here I draw the curtain; for who but one of its own household could understand a welcome at the Snuggery?Pastoral Days|William Hamilton Gibson
She flew back to the snuggery to tell Janet the news, and they both went down to the library to tell Auntie Mogs.Phyllis|Dorothy Whitehill