comfortable[ kuhmf-tuh-buh l, kuhm-fer-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF comfortable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMFORTABLE
It is a well-known fact that all living beings like to be comfortable.
There, by the light of a lantern, he and Jud made Andrew as comfortable as possible.
They are probably the richest and most comfortable population of Europe at this hour.
Truth to tell, Burke was far from comfortable under that survey.
It had the well-worn look of an old coat, shabby but comfortable.
There was a comfortable feeling of coming home about going there again.
Come, give me his fur cloak and some pillows, that I may make him comfortable in his arm-chair.
Really, they're the most comfortable rooms in the house this weather.
Mother Menotti did not know how she could do enough to make Rico comfortable in his own house.
We have plenty of room here, and you will have one comfortable night on the Ridge, at any rate.