Definition of huggable in US English:

huggable

adjective

  • See hug

    • ‘A year later, halfway through grade 12, promises of that vehicle arrived in the form of a concrete fortress squatting atop a mountain - the sterile yet huggable campus of Simon Fraser University.’
    • ‘Yet there are too many links in that chain, too many supply-and-demand issues going on here, to make this the kind of huggable issue that attracts celebrities.’
    • ‘He was real, huggable, touchable, I saw him smile, heard his laugh.’
    • ‘That is not a formula for finding a beautiful wife, but a warm, huggable wife who might be pretty enough.’
    • ‘The stall had lined up Chimpanzees, huggable teddy bears, puppies and furry Santas in anticipation of the Christmas and New Year rush.’