Tending to hug; affectionate in a physical way.(adjective)
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Use "huggy" in a sentence
"However, on sunday he seemed a bit out of it, and on monday he was a bit wobbly and very huggy, which is unusual for him."
"MCDERMOTT: By introducing the so-called huggy, huggy, Westerfield's lawyers are trying to show that hair and fibers from Danielle that were found in his motorhome could have originally come from the mother."
"We are living through a very picky parenting moment, one when parents are expected to obsess about every moment they spend with their child, making these as healthy, huggy, meaningful and many as possible."