Noun(1) a close and affectionate (and often prolonged
Verb(1) move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position(2) lie in a sheltered position(3) position comfortably
(1) She had done that through-out the night when we'd woken up and she'd wanted to nestle back into my arms.(2) The Waiters household contains many of the traditional trappings of sentimental bliss: Women nestle snugly at home and babies merrily roll about.(3) The village would nestle on a massive brownfield site between Sheffield and Rotherham and is expected to bring a raft of social, economic and environmental benefits to the area.(4) Twenty six villages of ethnic minorities nestle within the Doi Tung development area.(5) After a couple of weeks they have enough fur to survive the cold temperatures, and will often huddle together or nestle up to the doe to stay warm.(6) The houses would nestle on the comfortable laneway that has been signed for many years as Sussex Mews.(7) Mrs Grey Dove now has small brown hopping babies that nestle under her maternal wings at night.(8) He looked away as he felt her head nestle comfortably into his neck.(9) Throughout the sector, as in other areas of southern Lebanon, small mainly Shiite villages nestle in the valleys.(10) It would be wrong to either rush to condemn the incumbent for increasing our visibility as a target, or to nestle in the comforting bosom of a father figure.(11) When the military's precision flying teams put on a demonstration, pilots often nestle their fighter jets within two or three feet of each other as they roar by in formation.(12) Sally drives across the Bridge to the northern suburbs, where hi-tech businesses and call centres nestle along the highway.(13) picturesque villages nestle in the wooded hills(14) His sensitivity to surroundings is demonstrated by the Archaeolink Visitor Centre in Aberdeenshire, where a public gateway to the area's historic sites nestles into the landscape.(15) There is a more or less serious argument about contemporary culture nestling within this gleeful demolition job, but it does not become apparent until about halfway through the narrative.(16) It is a town happily nestling in its quiet natural environment.
(1) nestle up :: ネスレアップ
1. snuggle ::
2. cuddle ::
3. huddle ::
4. nuzzle ::
5. settle ::
6. burrow ::
7. snuggle ::
8. cuddle ::
Different Formsnestle, nestled, nestles
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