The house is cozier and more modern than the one in which we had brunch.
cozier and more intimate than Robert, The Wright is also more welcoming and low-key.
He said, ascribing the idea to second thought, that it might be cozier and handier to view the plans at the Harnden home.
But the monks never got into a cozier nook than the Convent of the Camaldoli.
Or they could bring it to you here, if you think it would be cozier.
Nothing could be prettier, cozier, or pleasanter to the sight.
Lucy had taken them to her room saying it was cozier up near the roof where they could hear the rain patter on the shingles.
If they knewAs I do, and you, That nests are cozier than the sky!
We sat in the drawing-room, although we should have preferred the cozier dining-room.
We were shown into a cozy little bedroom, with a cozier study off it.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.