comfortably

[ kuhmf-tuh-buh l, kuhm-fer-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF comfortably

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At the breakfast-table, comfortably near the hearth, sat Horace Milbrey.

Harlowe House will hold, comfortably, thirty-two girls and no more.

The place we entered was a comfortably furnished bachelor's apartment.

So few men know how to arrange one comfortably in a steamer chair.'

“I think von Francius would be a fiend if he could,” said Karl, comfortably.

He placed his chair where he had her full in view, not too near, yet comfortably so for conversation.

The abbé, comfortably ensconced in the corner, was slumbering again.

It was night again before he had them comfortably settled and sleeping.

I longed to take her and nestle her comfortably; but, of course, took no notice of her.

The mortgage which Emily had so comfortably declared "all right" was far from that.

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