Adjective(1) providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal(2) free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind(3) more than adequate(4) sufficient to provide comfort(5) in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich
(1) He tried to move and make himself more comfortable , but the pain worsened and he lay back down, sparks flying behind his eyes.(2) These funds and Social Security payments provide them with a comfortable monthly income.(3) How do you plan to manage your assets during retirement so that you can generate a comfortable income?(4) The inevitable growth of globalisation means that if we are to maintain our very comfortable standard of living we need to work smarter than others.(5) Anyone wishing to take part should wear comfortable clothes and bring a blanket and cushion to the class.(6) The guy in question works for a New York tabloid, making a comfortable living and aspiring to little else.(7) Because we've become such an open society, people are more comfortable expressing their heritage.(8) The injured man was yesterday said to be comfortable in Kerry General Hospital in Tralee.(9) The family, though not wealthy, was financially comfortable by Dominican standards.(10) You are immediately comfortable , and it is very easy to drive.(11) Patients were much more comfortable and recovered faster after disc replacement than after fusion.(12) Of course, some people are more comfortable talking about themselves than others and the degree of comfort is often revealing.(13) They had demonstrated their talent and skills in their next four league fixtures which they had won with comfortable margins.(14) Winning the Varsity matches, and in reasonably comfortable fashion, is cause for celebration.(15) Physically, we are not comfortable in the face of ceaseless persecution.(16) These women do not have the skill to market their goods to generate a comfortable income.
(1) feel comfortable :: cítili
(2) very comfortable :: velmi pohodlný
(3) comfortable clothes :: pohodlné oblečení
(4) be comfortable :: být pohodlné
(5) comfortable shoes :: pohodlné boty
(6) comfortable place :: pohodlné místo
1. pleasant ::
2. cozy ::
3. loose ::
4. leisurely ::
5. at ease ::
6. well-off ::
7. comfy ::
1. uncomfortable ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Well, it took him a long time to
get COMFORTABLE around me, too.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21
If that makes you more COMFORTABLE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 9
You'd be more COMFORTABLE there.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 2
Maybe she'd be more COMFORTABLE
meeting a girl first.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 24
You get COMFORTABLE, kid.
We may be here a while.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 9
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