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noun as in a person or thing that comforts

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noun as in a quilted bed covering

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Finally, you’ll need to consider whether or not you’ll be using a comforter or duvet on top of your weighted blanket.

Weighted blankets capture the cozy feeling of waking up under a heavy comforter on a winter’s day.

If you’re looking for even more bedding, most companies will also sell duvet covers, comforters, shams, and throws separately.

I’ve always been the worrier, the comforter, taking care of people.

If you need extra warmth at night, the Sunbeam is a great lighter option to slide under your comforter.

In a bedroom at the top of crumbling stairs, a bed was made up with a comforter.

There was no furniture in the room—just a comforter on the floor—and only one tiny window.

Though I am advocate of animal rights, a down comforter sounds pretty fantastic right now.

He forced himself to regard the great Enemy of Man as his best friend—his only comforter and refuge.

Perry was putting on his overcoat, winding his long comforter about his neck and drawing on his mittens.

The folds of the blanket looked as big as mountains, the lumps of the comforter as high as the hills.

Tinkle, tinkle went the bells The reindeer lifted their hoofs higher and pawed at the comforter.

He turned to his sole comforter, Serena, watching him with limpid grieved eyes.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comforter, such as: friend, pacifier, sympathizer, and consoler.

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