View definitions for comfort
noun as in good feeling; ease
noun as in aid, help
verb as in soothe, console, cheer up
Instead, he asked meaningful questions that brought me comfort.
You can also opt to purchase the item with shoulder pads for extra comfort.
That’s a raw deal for China, as well as India, Vietnam, and other countries trying to raise their citizens to the level of affluence and comfort afforded those in the West.
The comfort and flexibility of learning online have always been of attraction to long-life learners.
For that reason, working out alone, be it outside or in the comfort of your own home, is pretty much risk-free, Thomas says.
Talking about death is never easy, but with food, comfort, and familiarity, a new kind of dinner party is making it easier.
He uses some combination of the words comfort or discomfort in regards to how he feels about situations over 30 times.
The doctor tells me I can walk on it right away, “as comfort allows.”
Liberals either boast or comfort themselves that their own beliefs push humanity forward.
It simultaneously reveals the absurdity of dictatorship and gives comfort to those languishing under an impossible reality.
And for fear of being ill spoken of weep bitterly for a day, and then comfort thyself in thy sadness.
“I hope he will grow up to be a true comfort to you, M. Pujol,” said Miss Janet.
However, I have felt some comfort in knowing that it is not Liszt's genius alone that makes him such a player.
Then I hesitated no longer, but turned away and left her alone with her grief; it was not for me to comfort her.
For his mind flung itself with violence upon two sentences: he was 'beautiful and precious'; she longed for him to 'comfort' her.
On this page you'll find 287 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comfort, such as: amenity, contentment, convenience, enjoyment, happiness, and luxury.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.