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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

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A hundred a year would make them all perfectly comfortable."
The assistance he thought of, I dare say, was only such as might be reasonably expected of you; for instance, such as looking out for a comfortable small house for them, helping them to move their things, and sending them presents of fish and game, and so forth, whenever they are in season.
And to-day, at this moment, there are hundreds of thousands of boys like Louis and me doing just what Louis and I did with John Barleycorn, warm and comfortable, beckoning and welcoming, tucking their arms in his and beginning to teach them his mellow ways.
Lily began to bathe, and Darya Alexandrovna began to realize, if only in part, her expectations, if not of a peaceful, at least of a comfortable, life in the country.
This done him heaps of good, and so he got cheerful and comfortable. But the duke kind of soured on him, and didn't look a bit satisfied with the way things was going; still, the king acted real friendly towards him, and said the duke's great-grandfather and all the other Dukes of Bilgewater was a good deal thought of by HIS father, and was allowed to come to the palace considerable; but the duke stayed huffy a good while, till by and by the king says:
It 'll only make things on- comfortable. It ain't my fault I warn't born a duke, it ain't your fault you warn't born a king -- so what's the use to worry?
The folly of not allowing people to be comfortable at homeand the folly of people's not staying comfortably at home when they can!
"He has been used to her in these complaints, and I hope tomorrow morning will bring us both a more comfortable report.
I only want you to do well, and to be comfortable."
--Women may be as comfortable on board, as in the best house in England.
I should like to know that John was firmly established in some good business, which gave him an income large enough to keep free from debt and make Meg comfortable. I'm not ambitious for a splendid fortune, a fashionable position, or a great name for my girls.
When Martha told stories of what "mother" said or did they always sounded comfortable.
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 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.
"Ah," says he, "if I hadn't been obliged to take that ugly article at the old broker's valuation, I might have got something comfortable for the money.