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nestle

verb [I or T, + adv/prep] uk   /ˈnes.l̩/ us  
to rest yourself or part of your body in a warm, comfortable, and protected position: She nestled (her head) against his shoulder. to be in, or put something in, a protected position, with bigger things around it: Bregenz is a pretty Austrian town that nestles between the Alps and Lake Constance.
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