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- adj. Obsolete spelling of cozy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See cozy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See cozy.
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It was a pleasant little party in Mrs. Haley's "cosey" or "snuggery."
To the child's loneliness and fear the tub looked "cosey," as he called it.
Was the child that used to cuddle up to her in the window-seat to be read to, gone from her; that used to rush in every morning at all inconvenient moments of her toilet; that used to be found sitting in the dark on the stairs, like a little sleepy owl, because, for-sooth, it was so 'cosey'?
"cosey" of felt or heavy quilting, which can be easily removed when wet or soiled.
Western governments have never wanted anything other than control and they pretty much do not care how big a swine they cosey up to is as long as he does the job remember British and US support for Saddam Hussein?
Bored by the duties put upon her by society, her wealth, and widowed blessedness, she had journeyed into the Northland and gone to housekeeping in a cosey cabin on the edge of the diggings.
Amidst the hubbub that Clinton was zipping up on human rights issues like Tibet to cosey up to the economy which could help hers out of its mess, I can't help but think she's got it right.
Let me get this correct you say Lamont should "quell the stupidy of his supporters" because people will "Sour on the antics of the left" I think you for get Lamont won his primary because of the "Antics" Of Lie-berman and his cosey association with the Far out of the mainstream Right.
It's not the cosey atlantic conduit of recent times, but now a seething over-crowded boiling-pot of hate and contempt, diverse gangland rivalry and ideological dispute.
The other aspect is that Republicans getting cosey with Lieberman may only go to show what many felt before, that Lieberman was kissing up (literally) too much to Republicans, and George Bush.