cosiest

cosy

[koh-zee]
adjective, cosier, cosiest, noun, plural cosies, verb, cosied, cosying.

Origin:
1700–10

cosily, adverb
cosiness, noun
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cosy or cozy (ˈkəʊzɪ)
 
adj , (US) -sier, -siest, -zier, -ziest
1.  warm and snug
2.  intimate; friendly
3.  convenient, esp for devious purposes: a cosy deal
 
n , -sier, -siest, -zier, -ziest, -sies, -zies
4.  a cover for keeping things warm: egg cosy
 
[C18: from Scots, of unknown origin]
 
cozy or cozy
 
adj
 
n
 
[C18: from Scots, of unknown origin]
 
'cosily or cozy
 
adv
 
'cozily or cozy
 
adv
 
'cosiness or cozy
 
n
 
'coziness or cozy
 
n

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cosy
chiefly British form of cozy (q.v.).
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