Hug

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Definition

to hug (somebody), to give (somebody) a hug: to cuddle, to embrace, to squeeze (somebody); to give a cuddle, an embrace, a squeeze
verb

a hug: a cuddle, an embrace, a squeeze, a clasp
noun

to hug (the shore): to follow, to cling to, to keep close to, to be adjacent to (the shore)
verb

Examples

  • "I suggest we end this very intense session with a big hug."
  • "You were fantastic. Give me a hug!"
  • "Can I, can I give you a hug?"
  • "Come, give me hug!"
  • "I give you a big Kalackistani hug."
  • "Bruno : Just let me hug you!"
  • "You seem to show a definite preoccupation with men and women hugging and kissing."
  • "Besides, secret agents don't hug."
  • "Horatio : But first the hug."

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