Origin of cosy
OTHER WORDS FROM cosyco·si·ly, adverbco·si·ness, noun
Words nearby cosy
How to use cosy in a sentence
As William passed the hot tub he leaned in and said, "It looks quite cosy in there."
In the law school, things have never seemed so merrily unlitigious and downright cosy.
Often the doctor came to Hill Street and sat for long periods with the general in that small, cosy room which was his den.
I was so afraid that a really cosy bed would keep you awake after all those years in the trenches.First Plays|A. A. Milne
Over the writing-table was a barometer and a storm-glass, while to the left a cosy corner extended round to the fireplace.
When Sir Hugh entered his cosy study he found the doctor seated at his ease in the big chair by the fire.
The room they now entered was cosy and comfortable, being neatly furnished and well swept and dusted.The Tin Woodman of Oz|L. Frank Baum