toasty

[toh-stee]
adjective, toastier, toastiest.
1.
comfortably or cozily warm.
2.
characteristic of or resembling toast: toasty aromas.

Origin:
1890–95; toast1 + -y1

toastiness, noun
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toasty or toastie1 (ˈtəʊstɪ)
 
n , pl toasties
a toasted sandwich
 
toastie or toastie1
 
n

toasty2 (ˈtəʊstɪ)
 
adj , -tier, -tiest
tasting or smelling like toast

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Example sentences
Hallways are wide, ceilings are high, and clanging radiators keep guestrooms
  toasty.
But when a mosquito sucks some toasty warm blood, its body temperature can
  rocket up.
It even spot-heated my legs, which were under a drafty window, without making
  the whole bed overly toasty.
Individuals take turns moving to the group's protected and relatively toasty
  interior.
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