snuggery or snug·ger·ie [ snuhg-uh-ree ]
noun, plural snug·ger·ies. British.
1. a snug place or position.
2. a comfortable or cozy room.
WORDS RELATED TO SNUGGERY
sanctuary, nest, cave, hotbed, lair, shelter, sanctum, haunt, couch, burrow, cubbyhole, lodge, cloister, hole, hideout, study, retreat, atelier
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Origin: First recorded in 1805–15; snug + -ery
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR SNUGGERY
I will line it with green baize, and make it quite a snuggery.
GRIF|B. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
Yeovil wandered down to his snuggery, a mood of listless dejection possessing him.
WHEN WILLIAM CAME|SAKI
Directly I knew she was gone, I jumped out of my snuggery, and looked for the change of rigging she had mentioned.
LADY EUREKA, V. 1 (OF 3)|ROBERT FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS
The rooms are of comfortable size, and compose just what an Empress would consider to be a snuggery.
WINTERING IN THE RIVIERA|WILLIAM MILLER
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