With God's help I shall try to make a bright, snug and cosy home for you!
They could see him from the coach-roof fast asleep in his cosy bar.
Still the Chickadees are strangely tender, needing a warm, cosy nest to shield their little bodies.
It was a raw evening out-of-doors, but it was cosy in there.
"We will stay right in our cosy bungalow, Granny, until the snow melts," said Uncle Squeaky.
In a few minutes we were both inside old Jimmy's cosy quarters.
Before that they had always lived in their own cosy home at the Harbour Head.
Marcus must do his work, but her vision of a cosy evening was sadly marred.
After the wide and lonely extent of plains that we had been journeying over, our camp among the trees seemed a cosy shelter.
"Neither my senses nor my cosy little hundred-a-month," said Jane.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.