Demanding his resignation, they claim he has control over the entire process and is too cozy with people who are chosen.
But cozy coats were also plentiful and added soft, luxurious warmth.
As I settled into the backseat of the cozy sedan, Frank struck up conversation.
In this cozy twosome, digitally pinky-linking, plot is beside the point.
Marshmallows are about fun, and remind me of the toasting on a cozy fireplace or floating in hot chocolate.
She has to die when the first cold comes, whereas the eggs are to pass the winter in their cozy home.
Now, you cozy liberals, go over and touch that spot if you dare.
Some small sparrows, disturbed and driven from the cozy place they had chosen, saw the doves and came flying across the piazza.
They sat together by the lamplight in the cozy sitting room.
Adjoining the sitting-room was a pleasant, cozy little place, which Margaret called her music-room.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.