Cozy - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkoʊzi|  American pronunciation of the word cozy
Brit.  |ˈkəʊzi|  British pronunciation of the word cozy

noun

- a padded cloth covering to keep a teapot warm (syn: cosy)
- enjoying or affording comforting warmth and shelter especially in a small space (syn: cosy, snug)
a cozy nook near the fire
- having or fostering a warm or friendly and informal atmosphere (syn: informal, intimate)
had a cozy chat
the small room was cozy and intimate
- suggesting connivance
a cozy arrangement with the police

Examples

The room was warm and cozy.

We had a cozy dinner with the whole family.

I spent a cozy evening reading in front of the fire.

He claims that there is a cozy arrangement between the police and the drug dealers.

This sweater will keep you cosy.

The room was small but cosy.

a cozy nook near the fire

the small room was cozy and intimate

a cozy arrangement with the police

She sank back into the cozy chair.

I found a cozy chair where I could read in comfort.

They lived in a cozy little nest in the suburbs.

We stayed at a cozy little inn in the country.

I was charmed by the cozy country inn.

a cozy nook perfect for reading

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