Skipper Tom lived in one of the snuggest and coziest of the cottages.
The nursery was probably the coziest room at Stratford in those days.
There is the coziest little sitting-room, with a fireplace and an easy-chair.
If happiness is to be portrayed, the coziest nook in Elysium is laid bare.
"A Lion could be the coziest thing in the world—if he would," I went on.
Home is the coziest, kindliest, sweetest place in all the world, the scene of our purest earthly joys and deepest sorrows.
It was the homeliest, quaintest, coziest place in the Adirondacks.
Mrs. Hoyt was dispensing toasted buns, Lebkcken and chocolate, and it was the coziest of companies.
This was the busiest and coziest spot in all early homes, and the hearth was its glowing heart.
This was the hour of the coziest enjoyment to the self-indulgent old Sybarite, who dearly loved his own ease.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.