snudge

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snudge

(snʌdʒ)
vb (intr)
1. archaic to be miserly or stingy
2. dialect to lie quietly and snugly
n
archaic a miser or stingy person
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ALLEN John Robert (Bob) Beloved Husband of Gloria, loving Dad to Lynda and Ruth, fantastic father-in-la ther-in-la ther w to Lee and Dad to Snudge, passed away on 16th January 2015, aged 79 years.
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