Definition Of snug

noun

(especially of clothing) very tight or close-fitting.

a well-shaped hood for a snug fit

a small, comfortable public room in a pub or inn.

The main bar greets you and you can enjoy your drink down by the fireplace or in one of its comfortable snugs .

comfortable, warm, and cozy; well protected from the weather or cold.

she was safe and snug in Ruth's arms

place (something) safely or cozily.

she tucks him in, snugging the blanket up to his chin

Example Of snug

  • A black leather belt was snug around my waist.

  • Castle Mountain Resort, set in a snug valley in the southern Rockies west of Pincher Creek, is where expert skiers and snowboarders should head for the goods in Wild Rose Country.

  • Check with your mechanic to make sure there's no requirement for play in any loose item before you snug it down tight.

  • Cut each piece of insulation an inch or two longer than needed, to assure a snug fit.

  • Despite their humble circumstances and cramped flat, the Drakes have a snug , welcoming household.


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