cosy vs cozy

cosy cozy

Definitions

  • 1) A padded or knit covering put on an item to keep it warm, especially a teapot or egg.
  • 2) chiefly UK Affording comfort and warmth; snug; social
  • 3) See cozy.

Definitions

  • 1) A padded or knit covering to keep an item warm, especially a teapot or egg.
  • 2) A padded or knit covering for any item (often an electronic device such as a laptop computer).
  • 3) A hollow cylindrical holder, usually made of foam rubber or a similar soft material, used to keep a beverage cold while being held.
  • 4) A padded or knitted covering placed especially over a teapot to keep the tea hot.
  • 5) A wadded covering, often decorative, for a teakettle or other vessel to keep the contents hot. Also called tea cozy
  • 6) A kind of padded covering or cap put over a teapot to keep in the heat after the tea has been infused.
  • 7) Affording comfort and warmth; snug; social
  • 8) Informal Marked by close association for devious purposes.
  • 9) Snug, comfortable, and warm. synonym: comfortable.
  • 10) Marked by friendly intimacy.
  • 11) Snug; comfortable; easy; contented.
  • 12) engraving Chatty; talkative; sociable; familiar.
  • 13) suggesting connivance
  • 14) To become friendly with.
  • 15) To become snug and comfortable.
  • 16) Snug; comfortable; warm; social.
  • 17) To make oneself snug and comfortable.
  • 18) Informal To try to get on friendly or intimate terms; ingratiate oneself.
  • 19) Informal To cause to appear comfortable or conducive to intimacy.

Examples

  • 1) It is a really special and cosy place that feels more like a home than a hotel.
  • 2) cosy period dramas make for perfect winter viewing but are often filmed in summer.
  • 3) There are nine cosy guest rooms.
  • 4) You've knitted your own tea cosy and put a batch of sourdough in the oven.
  • 5) It was such a warm, cosy time and all about being with each other and family.
  • 6) It has four cosy rooms, as well as a new luxury cabin.
  • 7) The officials know that a cosy relationship with such lobby groups leads to an easier life and more certain promotion than standing up for the taxpayer.
  • 8) The five bedrooms are light and airy with a cosy dining room.
  • 9) Top executives are too often rewarded for failure thanks to cosy relationships with their remuneration committees.
  • 10) This is a budget hideaway with a cosy feel and simple rooms.
  • 11) It brought to mind a small tea cosy hugging too large a pot.
  • 12) This is a house in which you instantly feel at home in the cosy and comfortable rooms.
  • 13) You look for somewhere warm and cosy.
  • 14) This was to be no cosy chat.
  • 15) The house was cosy and full of love.
  • 16) It was like an egg cosy balanced on a boiled egg.
  • 17) The postwar years were typified by cosy relationships between lending banks and companies.
  • 18) Then when you are feeling cosy you share your room sometimes.
  • 19) His slap on the wrist was more like a cosy cup of tea.
  • 20) It is a job in which old men grow cosy and comfortable.
  • 21) It only made the room look warmer and more cosy.
  • 22) It did not read like a cosy fireside chat.
  • 23) The ribbed collar makes it cosy, but the cut is clean and stylish.
  • 24) Rooms are cosy and colourful, some with french windows leading on to balconies.
  • 25) It makes them cosy, human and warm.
  • 26) The house is cosy, just the right side of cluttered.
  • 27) Here he fuses a cosy atmosphere with the usual sleek mod cons in one of the best places in town to lay your head.
  • 28) And in any case he hadn't the chance; an elderly uncle Beatrice hadn't seen in years appeared at her elbow and marched her off to have what he called a cosy little chat, and which lasted until it was time to toast the bridal pair.
  • 29) Sat in cosy 9.00 till 3.30 (i worked through lunch) bean counting jobs.
  • 30) A teapot under a cosy is stewing, not brewing, the tea.
  • 31) Based on the books by Jennifer Worth, Call The Midwife has been called "cosy and predictable" by certain critics.
  • 32) The kombi now had 4 Adults and 2 dogs ... the word cosy comes to mind!
  • 33) Re: 'cosy' - I know what you mean: the Leith Festival is still very much the younger sibling to the Edinburgh Book Festival, and not that many people really know about it yet, but hopefully it'll build its reputation over the next couple of years and an audience commensurate with that.
  • 34) Why should the law abiding working person pay for these scum to be locked up in cosy cells with all the amenities that they can’t afford for themselves, if you are sending people to prison it should be hell on earth for them.
  • 35) The ones who don’t seem to be are those off the frontline, in cosy offices with comfy seats and time to spare.
  • 36) Both leadership candidates are making great play of the fact that their party needs to offer a very distinct alternative to what they have dubbed the cosy consensus of the two main parties.
  • 37) Yet racism remained an undercurrent within Australian Rules before two incidents blew the idea of cosy brotherhood apart.
  • 38) ‘You can spend the night in warm, cosy log cabins watching the northern lights dance across the sky.’
  • 39) ‘I reminisce for a fleeting moment about breezy Saturday nights, meaningful movies, black cozy couches and the comfort of a brawny shoulder to rest on.’
  • 40) ‘Thick quilts provide the inspiration for jackets and coats, conveying cozy warmth plus convincing lightness.’
  • 41) ‘They cater to people who want to have a safe and cozy place to relax after work.’
  • 42) ‘A pint of stout, comforted by a cosy interior, is a temptation indeed for the thirsty tourist.’
  • 43) ‘The soft lens allows flexibility, moulding the goggles to the face for a comfortable cosy fit while the air system feature enables air to pleasantly circulate around the eyes.’
  • 44) ‘I shut my eyes hoping that all this was some nightmare and I would wake up in the cozy comfort of my bed but no such luck.’
  • 45) ‘Despite the risk of ruin and long days, life in the sugarhouse is a joy amidst the sweet steam rising through the roof vent and the cozy warmth of the fire.’
  • 46) ‘How brilliant to have a cozy home to provide comfort for my family, my friends and myself!’
  • 47) ‘The outdoor area is far more appealing than the inside area, though it is comforting and cozy down the stairs and inside the cellar.’
  • 48) ‘Everything about him felt soft and warm and cozy and comfortable and, more than anything, safe.’
  • 49) ‘I felt warm and cosy, and deliciously comfortable for the first time in almost a week, and snuggled down to enjoy another five minutes.’
  • 50) ‘Think cosy log cabin, lots of satisfied regulars and a country dinner party feel.’
  • 51) ‘Afterward, they gather around the fireplace to drink beer, tell stories, and woozily stroll back to their cabins to sink into cozy loft beds.’
  • 52) ‘The August air seems warm and cozy around me, surrounding me in a deep haze.’
  • 53) ‘Painted in a dark bordello-esque red, this cosy restaurant has a warm, welcoming and distinctly lived-in atmosphere.’
  • 54) ‘Next, find a comfortable and cozy thing to sit upon.’
  • 55) ‘After dinner, you can adjourn to a cozy room with comfortable sofas and modern fittings for a nightcap.’
  • 56) ‘It was a true romantic rendezvous for many a couple who made themselves comfortable in the cosy confines of the pub.’
  • 57) ‘And what better way than to spend Valentine's Day than tucked up in a cosy pub?’
  • 58) ‘The colonialists and the communalists had a cozy relationship at a deeper level.’
  • 59) ‘Policy communities are cosy relationships between organized interests and officials.’
  • 60) ‘What do you make of the state of the cozy relationship?’
  • 61) ‘It's a cosy relationship of mutual dependence that is replicated throughout the whole of the human services.’
  • 62) ‘During their 45 minutes on stage together, the frequent physical contact and chatter between the two signified a cozy relationship.’
  • 63) ‘However, this cosy relationship ended when Wilkinson's younger brother, William, returned from Europe in the late 1780s.’
  • 64) ‘Then in steps the villain, with an almost Machiavellian intent to wreck the perfectly cosy relationship that the two lovers have built up.’
  • 65) ‘Not surprisingly, it has become a popular eat-out for the corporates, families and for the cosy twosomes.’
  • 66) ‘It was a lovely family moment, full of cuddling and hugging and cozy fun.’
  • 67) ‘‘I saw that you and he got a little cozy in the lobby,’ Chris teased as he sat on her bed.’
  • 68) ‘For make no mistake, they are challenging not just our cosy ideas of what it means to be Scottish and support football, they are threatening the very world order of soccer itself.’
  • 69) ‘Blogging is said to have changed modern journalism by challenging the cosy media monopoly with its grass-roots approach to issues.’
  • 70) ‘That manifests itself in a cosy collectivism that seeks to minimise the importance of any problem.’
  • 71) ‘I want my world rocked and my cosy assumptions blown out of the water.’
  • 72) ‘But there is a cosy complacency that Scotland doesn't suffer from it, when that is simply not true.’
  • 73) ‘But like many others, I have always been uneasy with that cosy assumption: it lets everyone off their own personal hook.’
  • 74) ‘This cosy set-up was unlikely to be challenged as long as the company performed financially.’
  • 75) ‘To start with this is an unproven assertion based all too obviously on a cosy view of a mythical working class family from the Fifties.’
  • 76) ‘Marriage followed alongside a comfortable life on the cosy road to middle-class success.’
  • 77) ‘This cosy arrangement has been abruptly terminated, however, by new government regulations limiting the sort of work that amateurs can carry out.’
  • 78) ‘This was a cosy arrangement, but it is no longer viable.’
  • 79) ‘If this sounds like a pretty cozy arrangement, it is.’
  • 80) ‘Shareholders considered the arrangement too cosy.’
  • 81) ‘This isn't good enough, and a current court case may end this cosy little arrangement.’
  • 82) ‘And as it all unravelled, cosy deals, lax auditing, wheels within wheels, and slippery accounting was exposed.’
  • 83) ‘What we do not want is more delaying tactics, promises of announcements further down the track, cosy meetings and backroom deals.’
  • 84) ‘Buying off tyrants with cosy deals and soothing them with weasel words is yesterday's strategy.’
  • 85) ‘It is a cosy little arrangement between the clubs.’
  • 86) ‘There will be no more cosy deals or discussions that exclude the public.’
  • 87) ‘He was cozy enough with management that he was allowed to attend board meetings.’
  • 88) ‘If so - and it's hard to think of any other reason - the relationship between the Court of Appeals and the company seems just a little too cosy for comfort.’
  • 89) ‘Impropriety regarding cozy relationships with local politicians also surfaced.’
  • 90) ‘If not, how does one explain the cozy relationship between a major news organization and the campaign team?’
  • 91) ‘After all, that might endanger the prosperity of the railways, and their cozy relationship with the grain companies.’
  • 92) ‘But it illustrates yet again the uncomfortably cosy relationship between those in power and those charged with policing them in the nicest possible way.’
  • 93) ‘The participants also felt that where the press had a cosy relationship with politicians, it was bound to have negative consequences.’
  • 94) ‘The cosy relationship between old political strongmen and big business is dead.’
  • 95) ‘Judges hardly interfered with decisions of the executive, and the judiciary and the government had a cozy relationship.’
  • 96) ‘The cozy ties among him, the company, and its board are also coming under scrutiny.’
  • 97) ‘While your tea steeps, keep it hot with a teapot cosy.’
  • 98) ‘After a quarter of an hour, hot buttered toast on a covered hot water plate, with the Staffordshire cottage tea pot in its floral cosy, arrived.’
  • 99) ‘In the morning a servant brings a pot of tea in a cozy on a tray, with warm milk and hot water in the cup to warm it.’
  • 100) ‘She had just put the cosy on the steaming pot of tea when the front door opened violently and crashed against the wall.’
  • 101) ‘A friend and I haunt craft shows for the tackiest crafts, and cozies are frequently some of the best.’
  • 102) ‘I opened up my package to find a beautiful little egg cosy with the most pretty embellishments, including twinkly crystals, on the top.’
  • 103) ‘I devised these flowery egg cosies to use up oddments of yarn that I had dyed.’
  • 104) ‘This knitting pattern shows you how to make an adorable cozy for your hard-boiled egg.’
  • 105) ‘The mug is wrapped in a delightful knitted cosy that will keep your drink and hands warm in chilly weather.’
  • 106) ‘For the cafetière cosy, you will need 1 ball chunky-weight yarn.’
  • 107) ‘Who even knew tissue box cozies were a thing?’
  • 108) ‘Chan has got her own store where you can purchase crocheted corn-dog pen cozies and even crocheted bread-and-butter scarves!’
  • 109) ‘Whether she's in the office, at home or out to lunch, these chic cozies will keep her phone off the floor and out of danger from being stepped on.’
  • 110) ‘She knows this problem well and has even created lighter cozies to prevent her lighters from vanishing.’
  • 111) ‘The latest global rage is yarn-bombing, a wool-based graffiti in which knitting fanatics drape potholes, cars and statues in crazy cosies.’
  • 112) ‘Often dozens of balls of wool are used to make sleeves or cosies for everyday objects including cars and trees.’
  • 113) ‘They take their art to the streets, stitching cosies from everything to bike racks to entire buses.’
  • 114) ‘They're fashionable toilet paper cozies.’
  • 115) ‘Use denim or any scraps of fabric you have to create a lovely upcycled phone cosy.’
  • 116) ‘This lovely, quirky toilet roll cosy has been hand crocheted using high quality pure wools.’
  • 117) ‘Get the kind of drink cozies that you put in the freezer.’
  • 118) ‘You open bottles, clink them against your friends' bottles, and dress them up in little cozies to keep them cold.’
  • 119) ‘The studios have designed these humorous and manly cozies that give your can of beer a beard.’
  • 120) ‘All you need is a foam can cozy and a 3D rapid prototyping printer.’
  • 121) ‘Centerpieces at each table included orchids, and peonies, and guests were later gifted beer cozies at the end of the night.’
  • 122) ‘Does extra insulation (like a beer cozy) improve the plain metal bottle, or the insulated cup?’
  • 123) ‘Did you know that a beer cozy can be repurposed as a cheap lens protector?’
  • 124) ‘This neoprene insulated sleeve slides over the bottle just like a regular beer can cozy, but it also features a built-in handle and comes in two fly patterns.’
  • 125) ‘She gave me a hug, and took me home, and cosied me up in her spare room.’
  • 126) ‘But it won't be enough: The Horned Frogs will be cozied up at home by the time January 3 rolls around.’
  • 127) ‘It made sense to see that they'd cozied themselves within a personal urban pine forest to watch paired kids parade past in colorful and spooky garb.’
  • 128) ‘But, be very careful who you cozy up to in the process.’
  • 129) ‘It is the temptation of the public intellectual to cozy up to that which he or she should be evaluating critically.’
  • 130) ‘Even if you're single, you'll want to cozy up to something cute.’
  • 131) ‘There's a pasta bar in the centre of it all, which you can cozy up to if you're by yourself.’
  • 132) ‘With his inimitable style of cosying up to most of the families for whom he irons clothes, he has made himself indispensable to many households.’
  • 133) ‘Conservative nutritionists caution that more long-term research is needed before they'll cozy up to all these claims.’
  • 134) ‘One blond girl is cozying up to her, and the other identical-looking one is trying to, but Reba is holding her away, squishing her face.’
  • 135) ‘With the moon cozying up to Venus in a special way this week, you could be thinking about making a big move too.’
  • 136) ‘I cozy up to the new Miss Canada International and ask her what incredible prizes she has won.’
  • 137) ‘Clearly, she gets a lot of love, and she cozies up to you on impact.’
  • 138) ‘He and his father have always shown a preference to cozying up to the establishment rather than actually helping people.’
  • 139) ‘‘It is a world in which refuse collectors cosy up to barristers, split along moral lines rather than social ones’.’
  • 140) ‘What we've seen here plays right into public concerns about whether or not reporters are mostly focused on serving the public's need to know, or cozying up with sources.’
  • 141) ‘Meanwhile, he says anyone who surfs the Web should be worried about how Internet service providers are cozying up to law-enforcement authorities on this case.’
  • 142) ‘Yet network managers don't seem to mind, and many politicians across the narrow liberal-to-conservative spectrum never seem to tire of cozying up to him on the air.’
  • 143) ‘Is this an act of atonement or a cozying up to future journalists?’
  • 144) ‘Ironically, a cozying up to the current government may have led to the perceived malaise.’
  • 145) ‘it has been on the air for nearly two years, but only recently have people not directly involved in the program become aware of the extent to which technology is allowing him to cozy up to local listeners.’
  • 146) ‘In fact, the more a politician cozies up to the United Nations, the less I like him.’
  • 147) ‘Is there something to the charge that he cozies up to people in power?’

Examples

  • 1) I looked in the direction of the funeral home, but it was only a twinkling of lights, cozy as a Christmas tree.
  • 2) From what little I could see, it looked warm and cozy on this miserable day.
  • 3) I looked around the small room and imagined it could be very cozy when the fireplace was burning.
  • 4) Thinking of Marcus made her feel all cozy, like she'd been wrapped in her favorite fuzzy blanket.
  • 5) ‘You can spend the night in warm, cosy log cabins watching the northern lights dance across the sky.’
  • 6) ‘I reminisce for a fleeting moment about breezy Saturday nights, meaningful movies, black cozy couches and the comfort of a brawny shoulder to rest on.’
  • 7) ‘Thick quilts provide the inspiration for jackets and coats, conveying cozy warmth plus convincing lightness.’
  • 8) ‘They cater to people who want to have a safe and cozy place to relax after work.’
  • 9) ‘A pint of stout, comforted by a cosy interior, is a temptation indeed for the thirsty tourist.’
  • 10) ‘The soft lens allows flexibility, moulding the goggles to the face for a comfortable cosy fit while the air system feature enables air to pleasantly circulate around the eyes.’
  • 11) ‘I shut my eyes hoping that all this was some nightmare and I would wake up in the cozy comfort of my bed but no such luck.’
  • 12) ‘Despite the risk of ruin and long days, life in the sugarhouse is a joy amidst the sweet steam rising through the roof vent and the cozy warmth of the fire.’
  • 13) ‘How brilliant to have a cozy home to provide comfort for my family, my friends and myself!’
  • 14) ‘The outdoor area is far more appealing than the inside area, though it is comforting and cozy down the stairs and inside the cellar.’
  • 15) ‘Everything about him felt soft and warm and cozy and comfortable and, more than anything, safe.’
  • 16) ‘I felt warm and cosy, and deliciously comfortable for the first time in almost a week, and snuggled down to enjoy another five minutes.’
  • 17) ‘Think cosy log cabin, lots of satisfied regulars and a country dinner party feel.’
  • 18) ‘Afterward, they gather around the fireplace to drink beer, tell stories, and woozily stroll back to their cabins to sink into cozy loft beds.’
  • 19) ‘The August air seems warm and cozy around me, surrounding me in a deep haze.’
  • 20) ‘Painted in a dark bordello-esque red, this cosy restaurant has a warm, welcoming and distinctly lived-in atmosphere.’
  • 21) ‘Next, find a comfortable and cozy thing to sit upon.’
  • 22) ‘After dinner, you can adjourn to a cozy room with comfortable sofas and modern fittings for a nightcap.’
  • 23) ‘It was a true romantic rendezvous for many a couple who made themselves comfortable in the cosy confines of the pub.’
  • 24) ‘And what better way than to spend Valentine's Day than tucked up in a cosy pub?’
  • 25) ‘The colonialists and the communalists had a cozy relationship at a deeper level.’
  • 26) ‘Policy communities are cosy relationships between organized interests and officials.’
  • 27) ‘What do you make of the state of the cozy relationship?’
  • 28) ‘It's a cosy relationship of mutual dependence that is replicated throughout the whole of the human services.’
  • 29) ‘During their 45 minutes on stage together, the frequent physical contact and chatter between the two signified a cozy relationship.’
  • 30) ‘However, this cosy relationship ended when Wilkinson's younger brother, William, returned from Europe in the late 1780s.’
  • 31) ‘Then in steps the villain, with an almost Machiavellian intent to wreck the perfectly cosy relationship that the two lovers have built up.’
  • 32) ‘Not surprisingly, it has become a popular eat-out for the corporates, families and for the cosy twosomes.’
  • 33) ‘It was a lovely family moment, full of cuddling and hugging and cozy fun.’
  • 34) ‘‘I saw that you and he got a little cozy in the lobby,’ Chris teased as he sat on her bed.’
  • 35) ‘For make no mistake, they are challenging not just our cosy ideas of what it means to be Scottish and support football, they are threatening the very world order of soccer itself.’
  • 36) ‘Blogging is said to have changed modern journalism by challenging the cosy media monopoly with its grass-roots approach to issues.’
  • 37) ‘That manifests itself in a cosy collectivism that seeks to minimise the importance of any problem.’
  • 38) ‘I want my world rocked and my cosy assumptions blown out of the water.’
  • 39) ‘But there is a cosy complacency that Scotland doesn't suffer from it, when that is simply not true.’
  • 40) ‘But like many others, I have always been uneasy with that cosy assumption: it lets everyone off their own personal hook.’
  • 41) ‘This cosy set-up was unlikely to be challenged as long as the company performed financially.’
  • 42) ‘To start with this is an unproven assertion based all too obviously on a cosy view of a mythical working class family from the Fifties.’
  • 43) ‘Marriage followed alongside a comfortable life on the cosy road to middle-class success.’
  • 44) ‘This cosy arrangement has been abruptly terminated, however, by new government regulations limiting the sort of work that amateurs can carry out.’
  • 45) ‘This was a cosy arrangement, but it is no longer viable.’
  • 46) ‘If this sounds like a pretty cozy arrangement, it is.’
  • 47) ‘Shareholders considered the arrangement too cosy.’
  • 48) ‘This isn't good enough, and a current court case may end this cosy little arrangement.’
  • 49) ‘And as it all unravelled, cosy deals, lax auditing, wheels within wheels, and slippery accounting was exposed.’
  • 50) ‘What we do not want is more delaying tactics, promises of announcements further down the track, cosy meetings and backroom deals.’
  • 51) ‘Buying off tyrants with cosy deals and soothing them with weasel words is yesterday's strategy.’
  • 52) ‘It is a cosy little arrangement between the clubs.’
  • 53) ‘There will be no more cosy deals or discussions that exclude the public.’
  • 54) ‘He was cozy enough with management that he was allowed to attend board meetings.’
  • 55) ‘If so - and it's hard to think of any other reason - the relationship between the Court of Appeals and the company seems just a little too cosy for comfort.’
  • 56) ‘Impropriety regarding cozy relationships with local politicians also surfaced.’
  • 57) ‘If not, how does one explain the cozy relationship between a major news organization and the campaign team?’
  • 58) ‘After all, that might endanger the prosperity of the railways, and their cozy relationship with the grain companies.’
  • 59) ‘But it illustrates yet again the uncomfortably cosy relationship between those in power and those charged with policing them in the nicest possible way.’
  • 60) ‘The participants also felt that where the press had a cosy relationship with politicians, it was bound to have negative consequences.’
  • 61) ‘The cosy relationship between old political strongmen and big business is dead.’
  • 62) ‘Judges hardly interfered with decisions of the executive, and the judiciary and the government had a cozy relationship.’
  • 63) ‘The cozy ties among him, the company, and its board are also coming under scrutiny.’
  • 64) ‘While your tea steeps, keep it hot with a teapot cosy.’
  • 65) ‘After a quarter of an hour, hot buttered toast on a covered hot water plate, with the Staffordshire cottage tea pot in its floral cosy, arrived.’
  • 66) ‘In the morning a servant brings a pot of tea in a cozy on a tray, with warm milk and hot water in the cup to warm it.’
  • 67) ‘She had just put the cosy on the steaming pot of tea when the front door opened violently and crashed against the wall.’
  • 68) ‘A friend and I haunt craft shows for the tackiest crafts, and cozies are frequently some of the best.’
  • 69) ‘I opened up my package to find a beautiful little egg cosy with the most pretty embellishments, including twinkly crystals, on the top.’
  • 70) ‘I devised these flowery egg cosies to use up oddments of yarn that I had dyed.’
  • 71) ‘This knitting pattern shows you how to make an adorable cozy for your hard-boiled egg.’
  • 72) ‘The mug is wrapped in a delightful knitted cosy that will keep your drink and hands warm in chilly weather.’
  • 73) ‘For the cafetière cosy, you will need 1 ball chunky-weight yarn.’
  • 74) ‘Who even knew tissue box cozies were a thing?’
  • 75) ‘Chan has got her own store where you can purchase crocheted corn-dog pen cozies and even crocheted bread-and-butter scarves!’
  • 76) ‘Whether she's in the office, at home or out to lunch, these chic cozies will keep her phone off the floor and out of danger from being stepped on.’
  • 77) ‘She knows this problem well and has even created lighter cozies to prevent her lighters from vanishing.’
  • 78) ‘The latest global rage is yarn-bombing, a wool-based graffiti in which knitting fanatics drape potholes, cars and statues in crazy cosies.’
  • 79) ‘Often dozens of balls of wool are used to make sleeves or cosies for everyday objects including cars and trees.’
  • 80) ‘They take their art to the streets, stitching cosies from everything to bike racks to entire buses.’
  • 81) ‘They're fashionable toilet paper cozies.’
  • 82) ‘Use denim or any scraps of fabric you have to create a lovely upcycled phone cosy.’
  • 83) ‘This lovely, quirky toilet roll cosy has been hand crocheted using high quality pure wools.’
  • 84) ‘Get the kind of drink cozies that you put in the freezer.’
  • 85) ‘You open bottles, clink them against your friends' bottles, and dress them up in little cozies to keep them cold.’
  • 86) ‘The studios have designed these humorous and manly cozies that give your can of beer a beard.’
  • 87) ‘All you need is a foam can cozy and a 3D rapid prototyping printer.’
  • 88) ‘Centerpieces at each table included orchids, and peonies, and guests were later gifted beer cozies at the end of the night.’
  • 89) ‘Does extra insulation (like a beer cozy) improve the plain metal bottle, or the insulated cup?’
  • 90) ‘Did you know that a beer cozy can be repurposed as a cheap lens protector?’
  • 91) ‘This neoprene insulated sleeve slides over the bottle just like a regular beer can cozy, but it also features a built-in handle and comes in two fly patterns.’
  • 92) ‘She gave me a hug, and took me home, and cosied me up in her spare room.’
  • 93) ‘But it won't be enough: The Horned Frogs will be cozied up at home by the time January 3 rolls around.’
  • 94) ‘It made sense to see that they'd cozied themselves within a personal urban pine forest to watch paired kids parade past in colorful and spooky garb.’
  • 95) ‘But, be very careful who you cozy up to in the process.’
  • 96) ‘It is the temptation of the public intellectual to cozy up to that which he or she should be evaluating critically.’
  • 97) ‘Even if you're single, you'll want to cozy up to something cute.’
  • 98) ‘There's a pasta bar in the centre of it all, which you can cozy up to if you're by yourself.’
  • 99) ‘With his inimitable style of cosying up to most of the families for whom he irons clothes, he has made himself indispensable to many households.’
  • 100) ‘Conservative nutritionists caution that more long-term research is needed before they'll cozy up to all these claims.’
  • 101) ‘One blond girl is cozying up to her, and the other identical-looking one is trying to, but Reba is holding her away, squishing her face.’
  • 102) ‘With the moon cozying up to Venus in a special way this week, you could be thinking about making a big move too.’
  • 103) ‘I cozy up to the new Miss Canada International and ask her what incredible prizes she has won.’
  • 104) ‘Clearly, she gets a lot of love, and she cozies up to you on impact.’
  • 105) ‘He and his father have always shown a preference to cozying up to the establishment rather than actually helping people.’
  • 106) ‘‘It is a world in which refuse collectors cosy up to barristers, split along moral lines rather than social ones’.’
  • 107) ‘What we've seen here plays right into public concerns about whether or not reporters are mostly focused on serving the public's need to know, or cozying up with sources.’
  • 108) ‘Meanwhile, he says anyone who surfs the Web should be worried about how Internet service providers are cozying up to law-enforcement authorities on this case.’
  • 109) ‘Yet network managers don't seem to mind, and many politicians across the narrow liberal-to-conservative spectrum never seem to tire of cozying up to him on the air.’
  • 110) ‘Is this an act of atonement or a cozying up to future journalists?’
  • 111) ‘Ironically, a cozying up to the current government may have led to the perceived malaise.’
  • 112) ‘it has been on the air for nearly two years, but only recently have people not directly involved in the program become aware of the extent to which technology is allowing him to cozy up to local listeners.’
  • 113) ‘In fact, the more a politician cozies up to the United Nations, the less I like him.’
  • 114) ‘Is there something to the charge that he cozies up to people in power?’
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