Were these bare white houses the same that had nestled so cozily into the dark of the roadside?
It was a long story, cozily confidential; and there were interruptions.
By the end of the summer they were cozily settled in the white house, and had found corners for gardens and places for their pets.
And so there she was, shrunk just as short as she had been ordered to shrink, fitting into her coffin as cozily as you please!
In the rises of the house on the hill-slope is a three-roomed bachelors' hall; here, on the next day, we were cozily domiciled.
You will not wonder at it, when you read how independent a bear is at home, and how cozily he spends the long, dark winter.
Consequently a mad scurrying took place and the scouts were cozily housed when the rain came down.
At eight his daughter brought him a cup of chocolate and a sandwich, and sat between his curtains, chatting with him cozily.
Miss Payne, then, and her "favored guest" were cozily settled for the evening when Bertie entered.
cozily wrapped up in fur robes in his cariole are Wenonah and Roderick.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.