Definition of Cosied

1. Verb. (past of cosy) ¹



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Definition of Cosied

1. cosy [v] - See also: cosy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosied

coseys
cosh
cosh pocket
coshed
cosher
coshered
cosherer
cosherers
cosheries
coshering
coshers
coshery
coshes
coshing
cosie
cosied (current term)
cosied up
cosier
cosiers
cosies
cosies up
cosiest
cosignatories
cosignatory
cosigned
cosigner
cosigners
cosignificative
cosigning

Literary usage of Cosied

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1. Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions by James Chidester Egbert (1896)
"Bre'al. net ted endo cosmis virco sied = ne te intus comes virgo sit, Dressel, Buecheler ; ne in te comis virgo sit, Jordan ; netted endo cosmis vir cosied ..."

2. Outing (1893)
"Next afternoon—a glorious golden afternoon—he carried her out to my hammock, and we cosied her up with pillows until she swung at ease. ..."

3. One of Us: A Novel in Verse by Gilbert Frankau (1912)
"... or bacon, Or cosied coffee on the breakfast-tray, When their twin hearts, with mutual longing shaken, Stir to the magic of the growing day ? ..."

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