nestled, past tense; nestled, past participle; nestling, present participle; nestles, 3rd person singular present;
Settle or lie comfortably within or against something
the baby deer nestled in her arms
she nestled her head against his shoulder
(of a place) Lie or be situated in a half-hidden or obscured position
picturesque villages nestle in the wooded hills
the hotel is nestled between two headlands
cuddle: a close and affectionate (and often prolonged) embrace
cuddle: move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position; "We cuddled against each other to keep warm"; "The children snuggled into their sleeping bags"
lie in a sheltered position; "The little cottage nestles in the forest"
position comfortably; "The baby nestled her head in her mother's elbow"
(nestled) drawn or pressed close to someone or something for or as if for affection or protection; "saw a number of small houses nestled against the hillside"; "like a baby snuggled in its mother's arms"
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To settle oneself comfortably and snugly; To press oneself against another affectionately; To lie half-hidden or in shelter; To build or sit upon a nest
(nestles) moves snugly next to
Nessler re-entered the British market under this name introducing the "Radione" system in which the hair was wound dry and inserted into hollow cellophane tubes sealed at both ends but contained moistened paper. Also introduced the "oleum" system in which water was replaced by oil.
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