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cosy

[ koh-zee ]
/ 藞ko蕣 zi /
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adjective, noun, verb, co路si路er, co路si路est,plural co路sies,co路sied, co路sy路ing.
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Origin of cosy

First recorded in 1700鈥10

OTHER WORDS FROM cosy

co路si路ly, adverbco路si路ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for cosy

cosy

US cozy

/ (藞k蓹蕣z瑟) /

adjective -sier or -siest or US -zier or -ziest
warm and snug
intimate; friendly
convenient, esp for devious purposesa cosy deal
noun plural -sies or US -zies
a cover for keeping things warmegg cosy

Derived forms of cosy

cosily or US cozily, adverbcosiness or US coziness, noun

Word Origin for cosy

C18: from Scots, of unknown origin
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