comfortable

All Adjective
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  • This comfortable, really deep way of getting a sense of something takes time.
  • Despite poor health, she had eight children and achieved a comfortable social standing.
  • When he does return he may not be able to live comfortable in the world that he left.
  • One cannot read him after dinner, or when settled in a comfortable easy-chair. Cited from English Literature, by William J. Long
  • It was another ten years before he was comfortable performing in public.
  • Only among friends and family may this quiet type feel comfortable speaking freely.
  • From an early age, he studied poetry and music in a comfortable environment.
  • The women's heads do not look as if they are comfortable on their bodies.
  • He was taken into the library and made to sit in a most comfortable easy-chair. Cited from T. Tembarom, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • My position as a leader of a great party was not altogether a comfortable one.
  • It is believed that this will lead children to be more comfortable with themselves and their feelings.
  • These all help to make buildings comfortable and healthy places to live and work in.
  • Finally the last bed is comfortable enough for her and she falls asleep.
  • He did not feel comfortable writing his book until all those deeply involved with the record company had died.
  • He appeared in two further matches during the campaign, as his side finished in a comfortable mid-table position.
  • By this stage, she was not even thinking about how she looked as she felt quite comfortable with him.
  • This game, through the physical touch between team members will allow them to feel more comfortable with each other.
  • If the leading team is quite comfortable, leaving their own stones in play can also be dangerous.
  • I think it's important to get past the stage of being comfortable with an instrument.
  • He grew up in a middle-class family with a reasonably comfortable life.
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Meaning of comfortable

  • adjective Providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal)
    comfortable clothes, comfortable suburban houses, made himself comfortable in an armchair, the antihistamine made her feel more comfortable, are you comfortable?, feeling comfy now?
  • adjective Free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind
    was settled in a comfortable job, one for which he was well prepared, the comfortable thought that nothing could go wrong, was comfortable in his religious beliefs, she's a comfortable person to be with, she felt comfortable with her fiance's parents