Snug. adj. [from the verb.]
- Close; free from any inconvenience.
They spy'd a country farm,
Where all was snug, and clean, and warm;
For woods before, and hills behind,
Secur'd it from both rain and wind. Prior.
- Close; out of notice.
Lie snug, and hear what criticks say. Swift.
- Silly or insidiously close.
Did I not see you, rascal, did I not!
When you lay snug to snap young Damon's goat? Dryden.