adjective, snugger, snuggest.
warmly comfortable or cozy, as a place, accommodations, etc.:
a snug little house.
fitting closely, as a garment:
a snug jacket.
more or less compact or limited in size, and sheltered or warm:
a snug harbor.
trim, neat, or compactly arranged, as a ship or its parts.
comfortably circumstanced, as persons.
pleasant or agreeable, especially in a small, exclusive way:
a snug coterie of writers.
enabling one to live in comfort:
a snug fortune.
secret; concealed; well-hidden:
a snug hideout.
verb (used without object), snugged, snugging.
to lie closely or comfortably; nestle.
verb (used with object), snugged, snugging.
to make snug.
Nautical. to prepare for a storm by taking in sail, lashing deck gear, etc. (usually followed by down).
in a snug manner:
The shirt fit snug around the neck.
British. a small, secluded room in a tavern, as for private parties.
adjective snugger, snuggest
comfortably warm and well-protected; cosy: the children were snug in bed during the blizzard
small but comfortable: a snug cottage
well-ordered; compact: a snug boat
sheltered and secure: a snug anchorage
fitting closely and comfortably
offering safe concealment
(in Britain and Ireland) one of the bars in certain pubs, offering intimate seating for only a few persons
(engineering) a small peg under the head of a bolt engaging with a slot in the bolted component to prevent the bolt turning when the nut is tightened
verb snugs, snugging, snugged
to make or become comfortable and warm
(transitive) (nautical) to make (a vessel) ready for a storm by lashing down gear
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1. seller’s option. 2. shipping order. 1. Signal Officer. 2. Special Order. 3. Standing Order. abbreviation 1. strike out s.o. strikeout
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An early system on IBM 701. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)]. (1994-11-04)