Antonyms for hugged

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She ran to him and put her arms about him and hugged him and cried over him.

Dogs are made to be hugged and coddled and given the best cushion in the boat.

The epithet "hugged in," which Hetty had used, was the very phrase to best convey it.

He hugged and embraced me, trying to overcome my resistance.

She broke out into a little scream, and hugged him tightly round his neck.

He hugged the most intimate ones to his little, thin breast.

And the captain looked anything but formidable as he hugged the radiator.

To my intense surprise, Hephzy threw her arms about my neck and hugged me.

I commenced to laff, but the next minute the woman come for me and hugged me, too.

Kate kissed and hugged her, then fled away to the Melliah field.