Hugging [verb]

Definition of Hugging:

hold close, cling to

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Opposite/Antonyms of Hugging:

Sentence/Example of Hugging:

In a moment more Lawrence was in the arms of Dan Sherman, who was hugging him, laughing and crying at the same time.

Little Colonel comes cautiously into the room, hugging the wall till he is back at the fireside.

But the step that would raise one above all the little fumbling, blind-spawning, life hugging bipeds who infested the scene.

Oh, Gale, but Im glad to see you, the girl from the ranch house declared hugging the foremost one of the visitors.

"Oh," cried Betty, hugging Amy ecstatically, simply because she happened to be the nearest one to hug.

As the two walked home each day after these adventures, it was all they could do to keep from hugging each other on the street.

The men were quickly back in their places, to see a couple of canoes working up stream, hugging the opposite bank closely.

Mary Jane she went for him, Susan and the hare-lip went for the duke, and then such another hugging and kissing I never see yet.

They embarked and dropped down the stream, hugging the northern rampart and watching anxiously.

Of course, human beings could not exist in such a scene, save by closely hugging the ground, or screening themselves behind trees.