cosier cosier


  1. (n) a padded cloth covering to keep a teapot warm
  2. (adj) enjoying or affording comforting warmth and shelter especially in a small space



  1. Some of that money has already been spent reconfiguring the stadium into a cosier venue for football and cricket, and constructing .
  2. Some day the West might find it a "cosier" country to live with, said the Economist.


  • The Long Paper Trail: U.S. Recycling Roots Date to 1600s

    This article was originally published by OnEarth magazine. Cosier contributed this article to LiveScience's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. And certainly it was the dawning of a new age of environmental awareness during that decade that led cities across the United States to institute recycling programs in the following years. (New York City, where I live, started a voluntary program in 1986 ...
    on January 23, 2014     Source: via Yahoo! News


  1. "I preferred always to share a room with a team mate as it felt cosier, but sometimes it was good to have some privacy," added Van Hooijdonk, who retired last year after spells at Nottingham Forest, Benfica, Fenerbahce and Feyenoord. "In the...
    on Jun 9, 2008 By: Pierre van Hooijdonk Source:

  2. Hayley said: "It is a lot easier to build up a rapport with the audience and feels like you are performing to friends. You feel a lot cosier, relaxed and free to take more risks and have some fun. In larger venues you might only have a few songs or...
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: Hayley Westenra Source: Kenilworth Today

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