from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To nestle; snuggle.
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Give those girls a snoozle from me…. on August 15, 2007 at 6:42 pm | Reply Tense Teacher
The last couple of days have been a much needed break from a hectic and unsettled work schedule, with time to make models, shop for some rather nifty new speakers with a sub woofer that makes the house shake, read, play some Animal Crossing, watch telly and squeeze in the odd snoozle or two.
Let us know if you can help with any of the TBAs, or with offering a place to snoozle at night.
He said it was deevilish fine stuff, an 'so he took ane drappikie, an' anither drappikie, and yet anither drappikie, "-- Sandy's accent got more and more pronounced as he went on --" an 'after a bit, his heed dropt doun, an' he took a wee snoozle of a minute or twa, -- then he woke up in a 'his strength an' just grappit the flask in his twa hands an 'took the hale o't off at a grand, rousin' gulp!