Cosier vs Cosied - What's the difference?
As an adjective cosier
As a noun cosier
is (obsolete) an incompetent tailor.
As a verb cosied is
Compare (etyl) coussier maker of mattresses, or couseor tailor.
* cozy (North America)
Affording comfort and warmth; snug; social
* 1785', , ''Holy Fair'' - While some are ' cozie i' the neuk, / An' forming assignations / To meet some day
* 1836', , ''The Pickwick Papers'', ch 30 - after Mr. Bob Sawyer had informed him that he meant to be very ' cosy , and that his friend Ben was to be one of the party, they shook hands and separated
A padded or knit covering put on an item to keep it warm, especially a teapot or egg.
* tea cosy
To become snug and comfortable.
To become friendly with.
- He spent all day cosying up to the new boss, hoping for a plum assignment.