Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Anything snug, comfortable, or cozy; specifically, a cozy conversation, or tête-à-tête.
- To be snug, comfortable, or cozy; cuddle.
“Sunday I was up relatively early for breakfast with my best friend, where we had, as they say in the Regencies, "a comfortable coze".”
“How delightful of you to invite me for a comfortable coze, as you English say.”
“I've never made this at home coze it takes time and effort....hehe, but this is one of my favorite snacks.”
“I am such a lazy blogger...coze I update my blog once every month?”
“There was Melanie to call upon and a long coze to enjoy together over the success of the house party.”
“In fact, the two of them had had a most comfortable coze about her, the silent third.”
“The nurse and the governess were working their way through a small pile of mending and having a comfortable coze at the same time.”
“We are now all four of us young ladies sitting round the circular table in the inner room writing our letters, while the two brothers are having a comfortable coze in the room adjoining.”
“Miss Crawford appeared gratified by the application, and after a moment's thought, urged Fanny's returning with her in a much more cordial manner than before, and proposed their going up into her room, where they might have a comfortable coze, without disturbing Dr. and Mrs. Grant, who were together in the drawing-room.”
“We are now all four of us young Ladies sitting round the Circular Table in the inner room writing our Letters, while the two Brothers are having a comfortable coze in the room adjoining.”
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