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Adjective
Providing a feeling of ease or relaxation
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“Not just chairs, but comfortable sofas also await those who climb aloft.”
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(of clothes) Providing a feeling of relaxation when worn
“He preferred to dress in comfortable clothes, at the expense of style.”
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Free from stress and emotional pressure
“At home is where people usually feel the most comfortable.”
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Laid back and unhurried
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“We hiked around the hills at a comfortable pace.”
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(of a lifestyle) Not having financial stress
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“I have made a comfortable living for myself selling shoes.”
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(of accommodation) Designed for luxury
“I like to stay in comfortable hotel rooms when I travel.”
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Denotes feeling healthy
“I'm starting to feel comfortable again after recovering from my illness.”
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Considerable though not outstanding in size or amount
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Soft and shaggy
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Of, or relating to, an affluent area or population
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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(of a material or fabric) Having a smooth texture that is gentle to the sense of touch
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Having the ability to produce financial growth or gain
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Pleasant and satisfactory
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Involving minimal effort
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Feeling a sense of fulfilment
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With all mod cons
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Safe and comfortable, where humans, or other animals, can live
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Of or relating to the science of ergonomics
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Of a person, lucky
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Being well received by others
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Like an idyll
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Feeling, or wanting to feel, optimism about a future event
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Mild or moderate in quality or character
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Made according to the specifications of a particular individual
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No longer feeling distressed or anxious
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In a state of inactivity or repose, either physical or mental
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Usual or customary
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Noun
The quality of being prosperous
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“He picks up the pace to what would be a comfortable jog for him, but in reality, a really, really painstakingly fast run for me.”
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