adjective, snug·ger, snug·gest.
verb (used without object), snugged, snug·ging.
verb (used with object), snugged, snug·ging.
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It was fascinating to see two multi-ethnic teams conform so snugly to national stereotype.
Furthermore, the axles had to fit snugly inside the wheels' holes, but not too snugly — they had to be free to rotate.The Hardest Part of Inventing the Wheel? Not the Round Part.|David Frum|March 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If the fruit juices do not cover the ham then add some water; it really depends on how snugly your ham fits into the saucepan.
As you all know, Peter Rabbit is out and about at a time when most folks are snugly tucked in bed.Mother West Wind "Where" Stories|Thornton W. Burgess
If you get it too narrow you cannot then roll it up so snugly for packing nor wrap it so closely about the body at night.Touring Afoot|Claude Powell Fordyce
Many are compelled to stay in harbour when a passage might have been made in a snugly rigged yacht.Yachting Vol. 1|Various.
And when the babies are all snugly asleep in their beds, the Pre Catalan often has other visitors.In Vanity Fair|Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd
The tent, the provender, the blankets, were snugly stowed away on board.The Fifth Form at Saint Dominic's|Talbot Baines Reed