Nestle - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- lie in a sheltered position
He nestled his head against his mother's shoulder.
She carefully nestled the hamster into its cage.
The fly ball nestled into the outfielder's glove.
A village nestled in the foothills.
Rich burgundy orchids nestled among warm cream semi-open roses.
The dog nestled its head against her knees.
Sarah lay there peacefully, the child nestling by her side.
He nestled his head against her shoulder.
The little cottage nestles in the forest
The baby nestled her head in her mother's elbow
present participle: nestling
past tense: nestled
past participle: nestled