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snug in Clothes topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnugsnug1 /snʌɡ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 COMFORTABLEa room, building, or space that is snug is small, warm, and comfortable, and makes you feel protected syn cosy 🔊 She wished she was back in her snug little house.► see thesaurus at comfortable2 COMFORTABLEsomeone who is snug feels comfortable, happy, and warm 🔊 The kids were warm and snug in their beds.3 DCCclothes that are snug fit closely syn tight 🔊 snug jeans —snugly adverb —snugness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
snug• Luckily that part of a free-lance trade ship which is not given over to miscellaneous merchandise is extremely snug.• It crouched there, as snug as a contented cat, catching the sunshine full on its face.• It was the best way to make a snug billet for himself.• Nichols writes novels in his snug home in Taos, New Mexico.• The children were safe and snug in their beds.• It was a snug little bedroom.• a snug little cabin• The porch was his place, snug, south-facing, out of public view.• She looks really snug under all those blankets.warm and snug• She could have been at home, warm and snug.