[ UK /hˈʌɡɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈhəɡɝ/ ]
  1. a person who hugs
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How To Use hugger In A Sentence

  • The Kensington High Street rag reckons chuggers—paid workers who stop you in the street and persuade you to give over your bank details for charity—are well on their way out.
  • said the term "thuggery" has been used as a catchall crime since the military assumed power Feb. 11 and is so broad that people have been arrested for no reason. Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis
  • And where does the dividing line lie between racial bias and crude, alcoholic thuggery? Times, Sunday Times
  • The tall, dark one with the angular face was Thomas; even at Ruth's age, when he'd been only four, Thomas had had a leading man's kind of handsomeness -- a combination of poise and thuggery that, in his teenage years, gave him the seeming confidence of a much older man. Excerpt: A Widow For One Year by John Irving
  • The exuberant first dance sequence brings to the New York streets a multiethnic rhythm nation of cuties in halters and hip-huggers, all waving little American flags.
  • Socially, the fabric is often as fragmented as the physical one, with immigrants from rural areas or from abroad mixed hugger-mugger with some of the least privileged traditional citizens.
  • The Reds and Rockies played that "nothing to lose" role, while St. Louis was the NL's big second-half team — like Oakland, a "chugger" — roaring past the sinking Cubs for a playoff berth. - Mets may be in position to 'chug' into playoffs
  • Despite a thriving democracy, the justice system has not always been successful in stopping fascist thuggery.
  • I yawned constantly, and yet could not sleep; I hugged myself imagining it was Harry's bear-like hug - such a brilliant hugger, often lifting me off my feet to stretch my backbone.
  • It's the televisual equivalent of the chuggers who hang round Liverpool Street station - it makes me walk to the other side of the road to avoid them.
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