snuggling

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In the basket, snuggling in the nest of white clothes, lay little Dan.

"I hope there are no snakes in here," he thought, snuggling close.

Snuggling closer, he lisped back in perfect English, "Eric's tired."

A very pile of them, snuggling in the cool, delicate greenery of ferns!

He could feel the snuggling of her cheek against his shoulder.

"Here she is," she cried, snuggling into the warm embrace again.

“Thank you, Jake,” yawned David, snuggling back into his sleeping bag.

"He'll be off before it's light," said George, snuggling between the sheets.

"I couldn't fight with you, Gerry," Marge said, snuggling closer.

“Sometimes grownups are so unreasonable,” she sighed, snuggling into the covers.

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