(1) However, this cosy relationship ended when Wilkinson's younger brother, William, returned from Europe in the late 1780s.(2) But there is a cosy complacency that Scotland doesn't suffer from it, when that is simply not true.(3) This cosy set-up was unlikely to be challenged as long as the company performed financially.(4) There will be no more cosy deals or discussions that exclude the public.(5) Marriage followed alongside a comfortable life on the cosy road to middle-class success.(6) For make no mistake, they are challenging not just our cosy ideas of what it means to be Scottish and support football, they are threatening the very world order of soccer itself.(7) That manifests itself in a cosy collectivism that seeks to minimise the importance of any problem.(8) I felt warm and cosy , and deliciously comfortable for the first time in almost a week, and snuggled down to enjoy another five minutes.(9) This isn't good enough, and a current court case may end this cosy little arrangement.(10) But like many others, I have always been uneasy with that cosy assumption: it lets everyone off their own personal hook.(11) It was a true romantic rendezvous for many a couple who made themselves comfortable in the cosy confines of the pub.(12) Think cosy log cabin, lots of satisfied regulars and a country dinner party feel.(13) Shareholders considered the arrangement too cosy .(14) It is a cosy little arrangement between the clubs.(15) It's a cosy relationship of mutual dependence that is replicated throughout the whole of the human services.(16) Policy communities are cosy relationships between organized interests and officials.