English version

cozy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcozyco‧zy /ˈkəʊzi $ ˈkoʊ-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 COMFORTABLEthe usual American spelling of cosy
Examples from the Corpus
cozyYou and Mike looked pretty cozy at the party.a cozy bathrobeWho'd want to leave a warm cozy bed to go jogging in the middle of winter?a cozy family gatheringDuring its 18 years, they had come to think of the eastside restaurant as a cozy home away from home.Fund management launched a $ 3.9-billion hostile takeover bid -- an unprecedented move in a generally cozy industry.You can get a comfortable, cozy look with items from department and discount stores.You sit on tall stools, either at the long bar or at tiny tables in the cozy room.Red-and-white checkered tablecloths contrast with the dark wood in the cozy two-part dining room reminiscent of a ski chalet.
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