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Definition of "snugger" [snugger]

  • Comparative form of snug: more snug (adjective)

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Use "snugger" in a sentence
  • "Anyway, the Harvard Square ABP has a glassed-in greenhouse where you can sit and drink your warming beverage while looking out at the university -- and in the way of things, that greenhouse is inhabited by a couple of smart, fat sparrows who are much snugger (and smugger) than the sparrows still stuck outside."
  • "The new, smaller, dome BP plans to use this week is designed to have a snugger fit and allow in less seawater."
  • "The tacticsThe St James 'Park pitch boast a new set of seemingly snugger markings but Hughton maintains it has not been narrowed."
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