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SNUG, verb intransitive [See Snake.] To lie close; as, a child snugs to its mother or nurse.

SNUG, adjective

1. Lying close; closely pressed; as, an infant lies snug

2. Close; concealed; not exposed to notice. At Will's lie snug and hear what critics say.

3. Being in good order; all convenient; neat; as a snug little farm.

4. Close; neat; convenient; as a snug house.

5. Slily or insidiously close. When you lay snug to snap young Damon's goat.