cosey


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cosey

(ˈkəʊzɪ)
n
a variant spelling of cosy
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Jamie and Pokey were at once enrolled in the Cosey Corner Light Infantry a truly superb company, composed entirely of officers, all wearing cocked hats, carrying flags, waving swords, or beating drums.
It was astonishing how much they all found to do at Cosey Corner; and Mac, instead of lying in a hammock and being read to, as he had expected, was busiest of all.
I'm going to make it my privilege to see that everything is as cosey as possible when you arrive.
The light of the cheerful fire shone on the rug and carpet of a cosey parlor, and glittered on the sides of the tea-cups and well-brightened tea-pot, as Senator Bird was drawing off his boots, preparatory to inserting his feet in a pair of new handsome slippers, which his wife had been working for him while away on his senatorial tour.
Altogether, I have never, on any occasion, made one at such a cosey, dosey, old-fashioned, time-forgotten, sleepy-headed little family-party in all my life; and I felt it would be quite a soothing opiate to belong to it in any character - except perhaps as a suitor.
It was a cosey, well-furnished apartment, with two candles burning upon the table and two upon the mantelpiece.
In the end we gained a cosey library, with an open door leading to a bedroom beyond.
The spoken word and literature programme boasts one of the greatest Irish men of letters Bernard MacLaverty, the hi-priestess of rhyme Hollie McNish, Tony Walsh, the storytelling phenomenon that is tenx9 pop-cultural heavyweight Jonathan Meades and post-punk heroine Cosey Fanni Tutti (formerly of Throbbing Gristle, reading from her hugely acclaimed memoir 'Art, Sex, Music').
After Ernestine declares one night at table, '"We make a pretty cosey [sic] family,'" Virgie adds, "'Mamma, pap, daughter,'" "pointing demurely to Ernestine as 'Papa'" (329).
Cosey Fanni Tutti, the innovative performance artist and musician will also be in conversation with Andrew Weatherall.
There's Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett playing electric piano; Michael Henderson is on the electric bass; and musicians such as Reggie Lucas and Pete Cosey are on electric guitars.
Although many critics have followed this line of argument, I cannot but believe that the author may well be playing with her readers: L, by her own account, poisons Cosey and forges his will.