A versatile hoodieHoodies and sweaters may be one of the first things that come to mind when you think of warmth and comfort.
She came from a “Downton Abbey”-esque world of upper-class comforts.
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Before the season, Locksley said he took comfort in the development of the starters, but “my concern is we still don’t have the depth that you’re looking for because that’s the one position that you can’t rush the growth.”
But his reaction—awed, comforted, peaceful—is just a confirmation.
Although Vanessa comforted herself with the pretence that I had two fathers, in reality—emotional reality, that is—I had none.
Strangers and neighbors comforted each other and sought ways to help.
Her hand tightened on mine and her head fell back upon my shoulder, but she still trembled and I petted her and comforted her.
On the day that The Times (of London) reported that Brooks would be questioned by police, she wrote that he had comforted her.
She rose comforted, and drawing the baby's cradle out into the veranda, seated herself at her embroidery.
With a great spirit he saw the things that are to come to pass at last, and comforted the mourners in Sion.
"And you will find them none so ready to send soldiers all this way, Marquise," the Seneschal comforted her.
The rest were comforted by the assurance that Dr. May was still calm, and did not seem to have been injured by what had passed.
Richard would fain have moralised and comforted, but she felt as if she knew it all before, and heard with languid attention.
On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comforted, such as: reassured, relaxed, satisfied, allayed, alleviated, and appeased.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.