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1.
(Adjective) 1. Warm, snug, and comfortable. 2. Intimate, sometimes with overtones of collusion.

(Noun) 3. A covering or container for keeping food and beverages warm.

(Verb) 4. To make (something) cozy or cozier; usually used with "up". 5. To seek someone's friendship for personal advantage; usually used with "up to".
1. My electric blanket helps me feel cozy at night.

2. The D.A. had made a cozy deal with the Mafia don.

3. Grandma gave me a tea cozy for Christmas.

4. Karin needed to cozy up the living room for her party.

5. You probably won't get a raise here unless you cozy up to the boss.
by Ingeborg S. Nordén June 01, 2006
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2.
a foam container in which to place a cold beverage
"I got a free beer cozy at the bar last night."
by John April 13, 2005
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3.
to cuddle
my boyfriend and i always cozy on the couch
by anonymous August 20, 2003
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4.
A girl from California who prefers to go by a nickname supposedly given to her at a young age. Generally wears little to no clothes.
Boy- "Who's that chick?"
Girl- "Oh thats just cozy"
Boy- "I do want to get cozy with her..."
by ohgurlyouknow February 16, 2011
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5.
originating in las vegas, cozy is an adjective describing something that is super cool, fun exciting, the bees knees.
dude, that club last night was hella cozy!
by bmunny July 24, 2010
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6.
to either be dresssed mega comfortably or be cooling out at home with blankets and pillows; mega-comfortable; mindset/lifestyle; being comfortable with who you are and what you like
"damn dunny this basement is freezing !"

"pshh i'm coogi dog, i'm cozy. i'm wearing pajama pants underneath my corduroys"

"ayo wanna go hoop for a bit?"
"nah man i'm mad cozy playing fifa; i'm not tryna move"

"people who complain about the weather needa get cozy real brief"
by dionyzus January 13, 2014
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7.
In real estate jargon, a very small room, apartment or house.
Cozy 1 bedroom basement apartment, full bathroom, furnished, air conditioning, utilities included $700
by Andrew MacKinnon April 22, 2008
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