(esp. of clothes or furnishings) Providing physical ease and relaxation,
(esp. of clothes or furnishings) Providing physical ease and relaxation
invitingly comfortable beds
(of a person) Physically relaxed and free from constraint
he would not be comfortable in any other clothes
Not in pain (used esp. of a hospital patient)
Free from stress or fear
they appear very comfortable in each other's company
few of us are comfortable with confrontations
Free from financial worry; having an adequate standard of living
As large as is needed or wanted
a comfortable income
With a wide margin
a comfortable victory
A warm quilt
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?"
more than adequate; "the home team had a comfortable lead"
in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; "they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards"; "easy living"; "a prosperous family"; "his family is well-situated financially"; "well-to-do members of the community"
(comfortableness) a feeling of being at ease in a relationship
(comfort) give moral or emotional strength to
(comfort) a feeling of freedom from worry or disappointment
(comfort) lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate; "ease the pain in your legs"
Tha Carter III is the sixth studio album by American rapper Lil Wayne, released June 10, 2008 on Cash Money Records. It follows his period of mixtape releases and guest appearances on other hip hop and R&B artists, which helped increase mainstream notice of him. ...
(Comfort (album)) Comfort is the first studio album by the American rock band Failure.
(Comfort (fabric softener)) Comfort is the brand name of a Unilever fabric softener sold in the UK and around the world. The range includes Comfort Pure (for delicate skin) and Comfort Crème (a premium brand) . ...
Comforting, providing comfort; consolatory. [14th-19th c.]; Amply sufficient, satisfactory. [from 17th c.]; Providing comfort and ease; agreeable. [from 18th c.]; In a state of comfort and content. [from 18th c.]
(comfort) Contentment, ease; A consolation; something relieving suffering or worry; A cause of relief or satisfaction; : To provide comfort to or relieve suffering; To make the physical circumstances comfortable
(Comfort) An important design objective in sustainable building. Designing for comfort aims to create a space where people enjoy being; such qualitative, performance-based objectives are a hallmark of sustainable building.
(Comfort) How comfortable you feel when sleeping, directly relates to the type of materials and the number of inches of padding used to make the top part of the mattress. The firmness of a mattress depends on personal preference and comfort level. ...
(Comfort (Alex)) Proponent of programmed aging theory. Death is intrinsic.
(Comfort) (e.g. a soft Tahitian breeze blowing through your silk pajamas): Loosely defined as freedom from pain. It’s a textile (or anything else for that matter) that lends the body freedom from pain and discomfort. Wetsuit comfort is critical—especially when you’d rather concentrate on the waves.
(Comfort) A designation of some automobiles as a basic or standard line usually abbreviated as "C"
(Comfort) A freedom from pain. We feel it is extremely important to stay warm in between dives and or sessions in the water. This allows for freedom of enjoyment. ...
(Comfort) A general term to describe the overall "feel" a mattress.
(Comfort) Do users feel safe, secure, and relaxed when using a product? Does any physical pain or awkwardness occur at any point during its use? Transit example: Do bus stops feel safe and secure for all passengers, and at different times of day? ...
(Comfort) E.g. Alarm clock display — some displays are harshly bright, drawing one’s eye to the light or keeping one awake when surroundings are dark. ...
(Comfort) Instructors attempt to create an open and supportive environment in which students feel comfortable to ask questions, make mistakes, and reveal their lack of knowledge or understanding. Instructors encourage students to participate in class by making the classroom a safe space. ...
(Comfort) It's nice to be comfortable. After spending time on a modern multihull few people would argue that they are not considerably more comfortable than a keel boat. ...
(Comfort) One of the most important American environmental values. See comfearth.
(Comfort) The ability of the cushioning structure to deflect at the surface and to conform to body shape, preventing a concentration of pressure on the body. Compression Modulus - Ratio of an FPF's ability to support force at different indentation (or compression) levels. ...