- Compare Old French coussier maker of mattresses, or couseor tailor. (Wiktionary)
“If you are looking for something a little warmer, the case also comes in cosier-looking versions craftily constructed out of old carpet patches.”
“Their Highnesses never struck out a name; they welcomed with enthusiasm and curiosity the Hickses 'oddest and most inexplicable friends, at most putting off some of them to a later day on the plea that it would be "cosier" to meet them on a more private occasion; but they invariably added to the list any friends of their own, with the gracious hint that they wished these latter (though socially so well-provided for) to have the "immense privilege" of knowing the Hickses.”
“But on the cosier side, there's also an evening of wedding-themed shorts in Shoreditch Church, shorts projected onto your table at hi-tech Japanese restaurant Inamo, and the usual plethora of low-budget, documentary and dramatic work.”
“Stonechats build nests of moss and grass on or near the ground, then they make them cosier with wool and feathers.”
“How much cosier it would be - how much more scientific - if we could safely say, you've got 4679 readers, so you've made it.”
“The kitchen is the darkest room in the house and faces north," Kornstein says, "so we tried to make it cosier by using lots of wood – it's warm and inviting.”
“They decided to make him look cosier by giving him a hat, slippers and a pipe.”
“However, she too reflected that, while he might have become cosier at home, he never lost his relish for getting involved in controversy, often without too much heed for any consequences.12”
“I own them all, and they lookincredible, but I think Toy Storyis warmer, cosier than the rest.”
“In a week when it was hard to switch on the radio without hearing an unholy row about religion, let us start with something cosier, less likely to get us all worked up.”
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