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An informal shortening of comfortable. It often implies casual, friendly comfort: an adult wouldn't normally call a seat on the city bus "comfy", but he might describe his favorite chair that way.
Karin's guest bedroom was so comfy that her friends joked about being spoiled rotten whenever they stayed overnight.
by Ingeborg S. Nordén June 1, 2006
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A sense of contentment, comfort, and warmth.
A mug of cocoa, a romance novel, and my favorite blanket: that's my idea of coziness on a lonely day at home.

I envy cats sometimes; they seem able to curl up and find coziness almost anywhere.
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 15, 2006
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(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 1, 2006
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1. (a) A being or object believed to have more than natural attributes and powers and to require human worship; specifically: one controlling a particular aspect or part of reality.
(b) (Capital G.) The unique Supreme Being worshiped by Jews, Christians, Muslims, and adherents of some similar faiths.

2. A person whose great skill, knowledge, or other impressive traits are believed to be supernatural.

3. A person, thing or activity treated with extreme devotion.


4. (Capital G.) Used to express strong emotion, especially shock or amazement. Often preceded by "oh" and/or "my".
1. (a) The Norsemen believed in many gods.
(b) How God could have founded so many contradictory religions in his name is a mystery.

2. Dale Earnhardt is a god to some NASCAR fans.

3. The only god some people respect is the almighty dollar.

4. Oh God, I've just been shot!
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 16, 2006
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(Originally referred to the American film-rating system, in which "G" stands for "general admission".)

1. Appropriate for all ages, with no offensive content such as violence, drug use, profanity, or sex acts.

2. Sanitized or altered to remove offensive content.
1. Just because a movie is G-rated, that doesn't mean it's a kiddie show: ever see _The Sound of Music_?

2. I'd better tell you the G-rated version of what went on at the school dance; my mom is probably listening in!
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 3, 2006
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A hug shared by three or more good friends, as an expression of unity and mutual affection.
I was pleasantly surprised when my best friend and his children gave me a group hug.
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 4, 2006
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The plural form of hug; more than one warm, affectionate embrace (whether offered by the same person or by many).
Hugs can't solve everything, but they do help a good friend know that you love them.

"This is your brain on hugs..." (announcer tucks an egg into a nest of pillows) "...Any questions?"
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 15, 2006
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