Alexander sat on a stone bench, hugged his knees, and felt true love for the sight.
They were not so old but that there was yet the young boy in them; he hugged himself over this cave of Robin Hood and swart magician.
The friendhugged his knees and enjoyed it like a well-done play.
Again the men hugged the ground, the rebels doing the same.
The men hugged the ground closely, firing as rapidly as possible.
Owen drew a big breath, as though he had to nerve himself to speak of these things to strangers; for he had hugged his troubles to his own breast these many years, and they had evidently become sensitive subjects with him.
And I laughed and sniffed and patted and hugged the women in return, and nodded and called broken Belgian-English greeting to the men--to all but Sam.
I exclaimed, as I hugged his arm against my breast.
And as he hugged me close Peter reached out and grasped Sam's big hand that rested on his arm.
Jim said nothing, but put his arm half round me and hugged me.
Najib, in a frenzy of gratitude, as he huggedthe treasured gift to his breast.
Of course Pinky laughed then, and kissed her mother and hugged her hard.
Three blurs hugged the sod walls around to the north-east corner.
But Jim hugged the dog closer to him, as the small boy drew various treasures from his pockets.
If there had been we should have heard the groan of a wounded man or seen the wheat stir as the Germans hugged closer to the earth for cover.
The despised Belgian, that small boy who had tripped the giant and then hugged the giant's knees, delaying him on the road to Paris, was having a rest.
It would interfere with, and perhaps defeat plans, which in blind passion he hugged to his heart.
Hew him down, though he hugged the arms of the altar.
In spite of herself Ann shivered and was glad when her mother hugged her reassuringly.
She hugged Helen tight and patted her back as though her little sister were a kitten, but her own anxiety looked toward the sturdy, resourceful Jo.
Home where the white magnolias bloom, Sweet with the bayberry's chaste perfume, Hugged by the woods and kissed by the sea!
In trooped the whole family, and everyone was hugged and kissed all over again, and after several vain attempts, the three wanderers were set down to be looked at and exulted over.
And Amy, the dignified, tumbled over a stool, and never stopping to get up, hugged and cried over her father's boots in the most touching manner.
I felt a little low in my mind as I sat up in my room after tea, and when the big, muddy, battered-looking bundle was brought to me, I just hugged it and pranced.
Neither said a word, but they hugged one another close, in spite of the blankets, and everything was forgiven and forgotten in one hearty kiss.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "hugged" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.