comfortable


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Synonyms for comfortable

affording pleasurable ease

being what is needed without being in excess

enjoying steady good fortune or financial security

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providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief ('comfy' is informal)

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free from stress or conducive to mental ease

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more than adequate

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sufficient to provide comfort

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in fortunate circumstances financially

References in classic literature ?
He has been used to her in these complaints, and I hope tomorrow morning will bring us both a more comfortable report.
A hundred a year would make them all perfectly comfortable.
Medlock seemed always to be in her comfortable housekeeper's sitting-room downstairs.
Let's be comfortable -- let's gossip over the fire.
She put her hand, which was a comfortable hand though roughened by work, upon my hands, one after another, and gently took them out of my hair.
He had, however, put a horse's skull which was lying on the ground, for his pillow, so that he should not be too comfortable and might soon wake up.
Collins have a comfortable income, but not such a one as will allow of frequent journeys-- and I am persuaded my friend would not call herself NEAR her family under less than HALF the present distance.
A loud purr, like the singing of a tea-kettle or the hum of a spinning-wheel, testified that she was as comfortable and happy as a cat could be.
I'm not for long courtships, but there must be a bit o' time to make things comfortable.
Mrs Musgrove was of a comfortable, substantial size, infinitely more fitted by nature to express good cheer and good humour, than tenderness and sentiment; and while the agitations of Anne's slender form, and pensive face, may be considered as very completely screened, Captain Wentworth should be allowed some credit for the self-command with which he attended to her large fat sighings over the destiny of a son, whom alive nobody had cared for.
It is time for me to be gone; I have therefore determined on leaving them, and shall spend, I hope, a comfortable day with you in town within this week.
But it became evident to her that she could never be really comfortable again in a place which had seen the collapse of her family's attempt to "claim kin"-- and, through her, even closer union--with the rich d'Urbervilles.
I had not been bidden to the presence of Kulan Tith after the battle, but he had sent an officer to find me and escort me to comfortable quarters in that part of the palace set aside for the officers of the royal guard.
Philip, though he thought it absurd, had never liked the idea of going back to it; and since Cronshaw's death he had remained in the little room, sleeping on a fold-up bed, into which he had first moved in order to make his friend comfortable.
Come, now, Josh," he was saying, in a full rumbling tone, "look at it in this light: here is your poor mother going into the vale of years, and you could afford something handsome now to make her comfortable.