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    In search of the right word

    Discussion in 'Research' started by doggiedude, Jun 11, 2016.

    Okay, creative people. I need another word for huddle. The thesaurus is lacking in decent choices for the situation.
    It's referring to two people huddling together & I've already used that word in the previous paragraph.
     
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    Cosied, bunched, cowered, crouched?
     
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    DeadMoon The light side of the dark side Contributor

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    a congress - that might be a stretch but it is all I could think of right now
     
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    if lovers – entwined, wrapped around each other, embraced, curled up
    if friends/acquaintances – close, nestled, bunched nested, crammed

    Yes?
     
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    We once crammed three people into a phonebooth. It was cozy.

    But if you don't remember phonebooths, that may not mean much to you. ;)
     
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    I think I like nestled. Thanks
     

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