adjective, co·si·er, co·si·est, noun, plural co·sies, verb, co·sied, co·sy·ing.
Origin of cosy
Examples from the Web for cosily
So now they were embarked, cosily and cheerily, considering their circumstances.One Woman's Life|Robert Herrick
Upsala, cosily nestled among forest–clad hills, is one of the oldest and most remarkable cities of Sweden.Ole Bull|Sara C. Bull
This evening, sitting together so cosily, the peace of the beautiful scene gradually soothed them all to quiet.Dorothy on a Ranch|Evelyn Raymond
We could so cosily have enriched history with another famous pair of lovers.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann
Her little sitting-room, cosily furnished and full of flowers, is a perfect commentary on European history for the last century.A Lady's Tour in Corsica, Vol. I (of 2)|Gertrude Forde
British Dictionary definitions for cosily
adjective -sier or -siest or US -zier or -ziest
noun plural -sies or US -zies
Word Origin for cosy
Word Origin and History for cosily
chiefly British form of cozy.