Definition of cozily in US English:

cozily

adverb

  • See cozy

    • ‘Public rooms are comfortably understated and open onto well-kept gardens, while its 20 bedrooms, some of them squeezed into extravagantly timbered loft spaces, are all cosily warm and well-equipped.’
    • ‘They live cozily in Camden, Maine, where he works as a family doctor and she teaches school.’
    • ‘Between midnight and 2 a.m., many passengers wake up shivering; others settle themselves more cosily into shawls and jackets.’
    • ‘This place seems so cozily familiar by comparison.’
    • ‘They embarked on a life that was both romantically adventurous and cozily domestic.’

Pronunciation

cozily

/ˈkōzəlē/