(v) press close to; snuggle close
- "Put the receiver closer to your mouth, please. "
- They walked in a crouch, each bent over close to the ground.
- Its popularity derives mainly from the programmes' appeal to the ordinary people concerned with their livelihood.
- It is often used next to the skin because it wicks moisture away quickly.
- The plane found the spot and hovered close enough to verify that it was a car.
- The most striking feature of this gala is its traditionally close link with ordinary people's lives.
- Most importantly, Stay close to your friends and family,For they have helped make you the person that you are today..
- But I hope the school can introduce new styles of equipment to make it feel more realistic.
- The press was flattering.
- press for; urge for
- the fraternity of the press
- close unchanged
- Wright was close.
- The wound has closed.
- Sam snuggled down in his pillow and fell asleep.
- Jane snuggled up against his shoulder.
- The eggshells crackled, and the turkey babies fluttered and cheeped and snuggled against me.