People assume that all universities must be cozying up to China for financial reasons, but NYU had different motives.
By cozying up to Wall Street and pushing climate change, the president is playing to the coasts—and losing Middle America.
Peter Beinart on why Obama's cozying up to China's rivals this week—and how his policy is more hawkish than Bush's.
Elley ordered the attack as a way of intimidating other recruits from cozying up to the police.
Though still a political nobody, Savader was a young man in a hurry, a political junkie with a gift for cozying up to VIPs.
It seems as good a time as any to ask: Ought a sitting president be cozying up to late-night comedy show hosts?
For the most part, however, Newtie spent the evening cozying up to the other boys.
Cameron has devoted great energy to cozying up to Murdoch and his executives.
He had the habit of cozying up to potential female investors.
Marvels of economy and taste in cozying up our room, marvels of sympathy and canny advice that doesn't sound like advice at all.
1709, colsie, Scottish dialect, perhaps of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian kose seg "be cozy"). In Britain, usually cosy. Related: Cozily; coziness.