- cozy (Brit. cosy) ► ADJECTIVE (cozier, coziest) 1) comfortable, warm, and secure. 2) not seeking or offering challenge or difficulty: the cozy belief that man is master.► NOUN (pl. cozies) ▪ a cover to keep a teapot or a boiled egg hot.► VERB (cozies, cozied) informal 1) make (someone) feel cosy. 2) (cozy up to) ingratiate oneself with.DERIVATIVES cozily adverb coziness noun.ORIGIN originally Scots: of unknown origin.
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Cozily — Co zi*ly (k? z? l?), adv. Snugly; comfortably. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
cozily — adverb in a cozy manner nestled cozily by the fire • Syn: ↑cosily • Derived from adjective: ↑cozy * * * cozily, coziely, ness vars. of cosily, ness … Useful english dictionary
cozily — adv. Cozily is used with these verbs: ↑tuck … Collocations dictionary
cozily — adverb see cozy I … New Collegiate Dictionary
cozily — See cozy. * * * … Universalium
cozily — adverb In a cozy manner … Wiktionary
cozily — adv. comfortably; warmly … English contemporary dictionary
cozily — co·zi·ly … English syllables
cozy — cozily, adv. coziness, n. /koh zee/, adj., cozier, coziest, n., pl. cozies, v., cozied, cozying. adj. 1. snugly warm and comfortable: a cozy little house. 2. convenient or beneficial, usually as a result of dishonesty or connivance: a very cozy… … Universalium
coziely — cozily, coziely, ness vars. of cosily, ness … Useful english dictionary