Comfortable meaning

kŭmfər-tə-bəl, kŭmftə-bəl, kŭmftər-
Providing physical comfort.

A comfortable chair.

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Free from stress or anxiety; at ease.

Not comfortable about the interview.

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Providing comfort or ease.
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In a state of comfort; at ease in body or mind; contented.
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Sufficient to provide financial security.

Comfortable earnings.

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Producing feelings of ease or security.

A comfortable person; a comfortable evening at home.

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(informal) Sufficient to satisfy; adequate.

A comfortable salary.

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A quilted bed covering; comforter.
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John Dryden.

A comfortable provision made for their subsistence.

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Amply sufficient, satisfactory. [from 17th c.]

A comfortable income should suffice to consider oneself rich.

The home team is ahead by a comfortable margin.

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Providing physical comfort and ease; agreeable. [from 18th c.]

This is the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in.

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In a state of comfort and content. [from 18th c.]

What a great guestroom! I'll be quite comfortable here.

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The definition of comfortable is mind and body being at ease or someone that makes a person feel secure, happy or relaxed.

Sitting in a soft chair is an example of being comfortable.

Giving a really good hug is an example of a comfortable person.

A soft and plush chair is an example of comfortable furniture.

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(US) A stuffed or quilted coverlet for a bed; a comforter.
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Origin of comfortable