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Meanings and phrases
- providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal); comfy
- free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind
- more than adequate
- sufficient to provide comfort
- in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; easy; prosperous; well-fixed; well-heeled; well-off; well-situated; well-to-do
- The S-version had a bigger engine and a more comfortable cab.
- A single floor is more comfortable, but more expensive in land.
- Lenders, meanwhile, are growing more comfortable extending loans.
- I was maybe nervous and didn't feel comfortable.
- Arnold had a gift for making people feel comfortable.
- "With denim," Andy explains, "I feel comfortable and relaxed.
- She has also said, "I think a lot of feminists are very comfortable being anti-trans.
- He added that he's very comfortable with Bernal so there's no big adjustment between them.
- Just now, though, she says it is very comfortable with large wood fires in all the rooms they use.
- They are most comfortable at temperatures .
- He was most comfortable in military company and never courted literary or political society.
- Temperatures are most comfortable in April and September, so this is the best time to visit Sankoo.
- I'm still not comfortable with 'Bodies.'
- He was not comfortable there and his performance levels dropped remarkably.
- However, unlike the adults, redlip blenny larvae are not comfortable living at the sea bottom.
- Obama won the general election by a comfortable margin.
- Revilla went on to defeat Lacson by a comfortable margin.
- In the end, however, Kerry took New Jersey by a comfortable margin.
- He is fat and red-bearded and enjoys a slow, comfortable life.
- By the late 19th century, Cudahy had become a wealthy man living a comfortable life.
- Despite Homer's attempts to befriend him, Grimes is angered and irritated by Homer's laziness and incompetence despite leading a comfortable life.
- Burton wanted to make sure that the penguins felt comfortable.
- At Pennsylvania, Sapir was urged to work at a quicker pace than he felt comfortable.
- They had little interaction with their neighbors, and felt comfortable only in their mountains.