cosily


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Adv.1.cosily - in a cozy manner; "nestled cozily by the fire"
Translations
بصورة مُريحَـه
pohodlně
hyggeligtmageligt
lakályosan
notalegaòægilega, notalega; notalegheit
rahatçasamimî bir şekilde

cosily

[ˈkəʊzɪlɪ] ADV (= warmly, comfortably) → cómodamente, agradablemente; [chat] → íntimamente

cosily

, (US) cozily
adv
(= snugly) furnished, decoratedbehaglich
(= comfortably) sit, settlebehaglich
(= intimately) chat, gossipgemütlich

cosily

[ˈkəʊzɪlɪ] adv (furnished) → in modo accogliente
she was cosily wrapped up in her shawl → era avvolta in uno scialle bello caldo

cosy

(American) cozy (ˈkəuzi) adjective
warm and comfortable. a cosy chat; a cosy armchair.
noun
a covering for a teapot (ˈtea-cosy) or for an egg (ˈegg-cosy), to keep it warm.
ˈcosily adverb
ˈcosiness noun
References in classic literature ?
A Dog looking out for its afternoon nap jumped into the Manger of an Ox and lay there cosily upon the straw.
Aouda, cosily packed in furs and cloaks, was sheltered as much as possible from the attacks of the freezing wind.
At the evening encampment, when others were busy gathering fuel, providing for the horses, and cooking the evening repast, this worthy Sancho of the wilderness would take his seat quietly and cosily by the fire, puffing away at his pipe, and eyeing in silence, but with wistful intensity of gaze, the savory morsels roasting for supper.
he asked, as he tucked the old lap robe cosily over their feet.
Now,' she said cosily, 'tell me all about my father.
Its snow-white houses nestle cosily in a sea of fresh green vegetation, and no village could look prettier or more attractive.
She was sitting cosily on a little bench behind the schoolhouse looking at a picture-book with Alfred Temple -- and so absorbed were they, and their heads so close together over the book, that they did not seem to be conscious of anything in the world besides.
And each time, in his sleep, Jerry stirred responsively and snuggled cosily to him.
This brought them to the fireside, where the easy-chair was drawn cosily up, and the tea things stood ready to the sitter's elbow, the very sugar in the cup.
On he came, serene, dignified, and calm, until he was abreast of our boat, and there, among the rushes, he eased up, and settled down cosily for the evening.
After tea she began to teach Oliver cribbage: which he learnt as quickly as she could teach: and at which game they played, with great interest and gravity, until it was time for the invalid to have some warm wine and water, with a slice of dry toast, and then to go cosily to bed.
So Caddy, after affectionately squeezing the dear good face as she called it, locked the gate, and took my arm, and we began to walk round the garden very cosily.