Croo"dle (kr??"d'l), v. i. [Cf. Cruddle, Crudle.]

1.

To cower or cuddle together, as from fear or cold; to lie close and snug together, as pigs in straw.

[Prov. Eng.]

Wright. Forby.

A dove to fly home her nest and croodle there. C. Kingsley.

2.

To fawn or coax.

[Obs.]

3.

To coo.

[Scot.]

 

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