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Definition of Cottagey
1. cottage [adj] - See also: cottage
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cottagey
Literary usage of Cottagey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. France by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Plouharnel, Les Ajoncs d'Or 02.97.52.32.02 cottagey stone- built Logis in shady, flowery garden. ..."
2. Britain's Most Distinctive Bed and Breakfast by Paul Wade (1999)
"... snug and cottagey. We have categori/ed them as double or single. This merely means a room for two or a room for one. Some rooms have double beds, ..."
3. Pot-pourri Mixed by Two by Ethel Case (1914)
"that beautiful garden near Dorking which I think you saw last year; it is so wonderful to go from my own cottagey mixed flower ..."
4. David Kennedy: The Scottish Singer : Reminiscences of His Life and Work by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, David Kennedy (1887)
"Oh yes, she had a " cottage "—and it was the most " cottagey" piano one ever saw, for the back of it rose almost as high as the ceiling. ..."
5. A Hedonist's Guide to Tallinn by Laurence Shorter (2004)
"... Kuldse manages to feel both cottagey and intimate, with its blonde wood floors and tables, cheerfully painted ceilings and series of amusing proverbs ..."
6. Britain by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Theirs is a very private guest-house with a cosy, cottagey atmosphere; there is no roadside advertisement and advance bookings only are accepted. ..."