All Adverb
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  • As you can imagine, it was hard for any of them to rest comfortably.
  • During the 19th century, prisoners had no rights or any opportunity to live semi-comfortably.
  • Australia managed to narrowly win the third match, and won the fourth comfortably.
  • The members of the party were comfortably well off by contemporary standards.
  • The two were born into a comfortably prosperous middle-class family living in Paris.
  • In the years after his second marriage, Turner was able to live comfortably.
  • His father having died and left a significant estate, Guy is now able to support himself comfortably.
  • Such vehicles can corner safely and comfortably despite having a narrow track.
  • The position paid a fair salary and allowed him to live more comfortably for his last two years of school.
  • The school can now deal comfortably with rising pupil numbers due to its increasing popularity.
  • He ended the season with seven league goals, as the club comfortably reached the play-offs.
  • West Indies eventually won the match comfortably to record their first win in Test matches.
  • They offered back support for heavy lifting, and poor and middle class women were able to work comfortably in them.
  • He also owned a writing table and six English books, making him comfortably well-off and literate.
  • You don't feel that he comfortably acknowledged being moved as a result of their honest work.
  • However, he always took sufficient cash from his businesses to live comfortably.
  • These larger units can comfortably house large families.
  • The correct size for a woman is the largest size that she can wear comfortably throughout her cycle.
  • In the dance the feet are kept comfortably together, while various arm and hand motions are possible.
  • After their father died leaving them comfortably off they were able to contribute financially to various causes.
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Meaning of comfortably

  • adverb In mental comfort; without stress
    he works comfortably on three continents
  • adverb In physical comfort
    she could have been lying comfortably in bed getting the same relief