Comfy



[kuhm-fee] /ˈkʌm fi/

adjective, comfier, comfiest. Informal.
1.
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/ˈkʌmfɪ/
adjective -fier, -fiest
1.
(informal) short for comfortable
adj.

1829, colloquial shortening of comfortable.

adjective

Comfortable and comforting; pleasant and easy: Just reeling off their names is ever so comfy (1829+)

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