Antonyms for snugged

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I said to Margaret, when the kites were snugged down and all yards trimmed on the wind.

Quickly she snugged the cloak in to cover the ugly thing she had looked upon.

Lucky for the ship that she was snugged afore the storm busted.

It snugged tightly to shoulder and neck and made chuckling sounds.

Lucrèce snugged close to her soldier, and he gave her a playful kiss.

The way we're fixed now makes things different, an' we'd better get her snugged down.

So they snugged down by the window and tittered and watched and anticipated rare fun.

What hay is out is cocked and capped, snugged down to wait for fair weather.

Miss Dane snugged up nice and close to Mr. Ingelow, and felt very comfortable indeed.

Breck and I snugged ship for you and we have got a boy coming over tonight to see you about taking her back to Nantucket for you.