Once there, I have two windows looking our on our courtyard, and a radiator for coziness.
This coziness made many feel Fayyad was putting the U.S. and Israel's wants and needs above those of his own people.
Last year the Color of Change group called out Rush for his coziness with the industry, a claim he shrugged off.
It was a charming room, and the fire blazing in the grate added to the warmth and coziness.
There seems to have been a regret on the first opening of the Exchange for the coziness and quiet comfort of the old building.
Outside, the heavy snow continued to drive past frosted window-panes, but within all was warmth and coziness.
The bedroom, dark, cluttered by too great an attempt at coziness, had grown a little shabby.
Again the warmth and coziness of the little room enveloped him.
By comparison with the numbing air outside, this place was a dream of coziness.
Her bright warm kitchen was coziness itself, with a shiny stove, full to the brim with red coals, and a big lamp.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.