evoking a desire to hug close; inviting a close embrace; cuddly: a huggable little baby.

1895–1900; hug + -able Unabridged
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hug (hʌɡ)
vb , hugs, hugging, hugged
1.  (also intr) to clasp (another person or thing) tightly or (of two people) to cling close together; embrace
2.  to keep close to a shore, kerb, etc
3.  to cling to (beliefs, etc); cherish
4.  to congratulate (oneself); be delighted with (oneself)
5.  a tight or fond embrace
[C16: probably of Scandinavian origin; related to Old Norse hugga to comfort, Old English hogian to take care of]

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Example sentences
Introducing the lethal, the invidious, the huggable.
But this huggable toy does more than dress up a bed.
These huggable dolls are available in different colors and styles.
Create your own huggable heart creature using a variety of materials.
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