Cosily \Co"si*ly\ (k?"z?-l?), adv. See {Cozily}. [1913 Webster]

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  • cosily — cosy (US cozy) ► ADJECTIVE (cosier, cosiest) 1) comfortable, warm, and secure. 2) not seeking or offering challenge or difficulty: the cosy belief that man is master. ► NOUN (pl. cosies) ▪ a cover to keep a teapot or a boiled egg hot …   English terms dictionary

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  • cosily — adv. comfortably; warmly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cosily — See: cosy …   English dictionary

  • cosily — adverb in a cozy manner (Freq. 1) nestled cozily by the fire • Syn: ↑cozily • Derived from adjective: ↑cozy (for: ↑cozily) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cosy — cosily, adv. cosiness, n. /koh zee/, adj., cosier, cosiest, n., pl. cosies, v., cosied, cosying. cozy. [1700 10] * * * …   Universalium

  • cosy — [[t]ko͟ʊzi[/t]] cosier, cosiest (in AM, use cozy) 1) ADJ GRADED A house or room that is cosy is comfortable and warm. Downstairs there s a breakfast room and guests can relax in the cosy bar. Syn: homely Derived words: cosily [[ …   English dictionary

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