[kuhmf-tuh-buh l, kuhm-fer-tuh-buh l] /ˈkʌmf tə bəl, ˈkʌm fər tə bəl/
(of clothing, furniture, etc.) producing or affording physical , support, or ease:
a comfortable chair; comfortable shoes.
being in a state of physical or mental ; contented and undisturbed; at ease:
to be comfortable in new shoes; I don’t feel comfortable in the same room with her.
(of a person, situation, etc.) producing mental or ease; easy to accommodate oneself to or associate with:
She’s a comfortable person to be with.
more than adequate or sufficient:
a comfortable salary.
Chiefly Northern U.S. a quilted bedcover; .
giving comfort or physical relief
free from affliction or pain
(of a person or situation) relaxing
(informal) having adequate income
(informal) (of income) adequate to provide comfort
late 14c., “pleasantly, enjoyably,” from comfortable + -ly (2). Meaning “in a state of comfort” is 1630s.
mid-14c., “affording mental comfort,” from Anglo-French confortable, from conforter “to comfort” (see comfort (v.)); also see -able. Meaning “offering physical comfort” is attested from 1769; that of “in a state of tranquil enjoyment” is from 1770.
- Comfort break
noun a stop in an activity or travels to use a bathroom; also called [comfort stop] Word Origin 1930 Usage Note euphemism
[kuhm-fert] /ˈkʌm fərt/ verb (used with object) 1. to soothe, console, or reassure; bring cheer to: They tried to comfort her after her loss. 2. to make physically . 3. Obsolete. to aid; support or encourage. noun 4. relief in affliction; consolation; solace: Her presence was a comfort to him. 5. a feeling of relief […]
[kuhm-fer-ter] /ˈkʌm fər tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a quilt. 3. a long, woolen scarf, usually knitted. 4. the Comforter, . /ˈkʌmfətə/ noun 1. a person or thing that comforts 2. (mainly Brit) a woollen scarf 3. a baby’s dummy 4. (US) a quilted bed covering /ˈkʌmfətə/ noun 1. (Christianity) […]
noun 1. simple, home-style food that brings comforting thoughts of home or childhood. noun 1. food that is enjoyable to eat and makes the eater feel better emotionally noun See mom food