comfort[ kuhm-fert ]SEE DEFINITION OF comfort
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMFORT
God knows I ain't discountin' the comfort I've always took in him.
No doubt it was true, for she would have insisted on moderate cleanliness and comfort.
You are welcome to all the comfort you can find in your present situation.
However, there was one comfort—English tongues answered, if it was only with denials.
Everybody was drawn to her, yet not a soul took any comfort in her.
You were once my comfort, Clarissa; you made all my hardships tolerable:—But now!
No one can find out her trouble and no one seems to be able to comfort her.
I should never have comfort but in his absence, or when I was quarreling with him.
In that moment he needed desperately something to which he could appeal for comfort.
When I have time and am not too tired, I comfort myself with scribbling.