Co"zy (k?"z?), a. [Compar. Cozier (-z?-?r); superl. Coziest.] [Cf. Scot. cosie, cozie, prob. from Gael. cosach abounding in hollows, or cosagach full of holes or crevices, snug, sheltered, from cos a hollow, a crevice.]


Snug; comfortable; easy; contented.

[Written also cosey and cosy.]

2. [Cf. F. causer to chat, talk.]

Chatty; talkative; sociable; familiar.



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Co"zy, n. [See Cozy,a.]

A wadded covering for a teakettle or other vessel to keep the contents hot.


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