coziness coziness  /ˈkoʊ zi nəs/


  • (n) a state of warm snug comfort



  1. The floor is made of loose rock salt from the Dead Sea and is warmed to enhance the scent and coziness.
  2. But within Lebanon, his coziness with foreign patrons is a liability.
  3. Volume has replaced coziness, from double-height entryways to oversize garages.


  • 8 Neighbors You Should Try to Avoid

    There are a lot of things you have to take into consideration when looking for a new apartment , from rent to room size. Who you'll be residing near , however, can be even more important than whether or not the space gets enough natural light Remember that no matter the coziness level of the breakfast nook, it'll be hard to eat your toast if the guy next door likes to practice chainsaw juggling ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Mashable


  1. Rep. James Oberstar, chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said Tuesday that the string of maintenance problems springs from a "culture of coziness between the airlines and senior FAA management."
    on Apr 2, 2008 By: Jim Oberstar Source: FOXNews

  2. "It is common for government regulators to become soft on the industry they are supposed to regulate. A coziness develops. CDC administrators should spend less time with hospital executives and more time listening to grieving families," says...
    on Apr 14, 2008 By: BETSY MCCAUGHEY Source: Earthtimes (press release)

  3. "I think what makes it work as a sendup and satire is that it is done with a real affection and as a homage to that period - cliches and everything," says Crombie. "It plays to people's familiarity, which gives the period a certain coziness...
    on Jul 18, 2008 By: Jonathan Crombie Source: Inside Bay Area

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