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comfortable /ˈkʌmftɚbəl/  

  • adjective
    [more ~; most ~]
    not causing any physically unpleasant feelings :producing physical comfort
    a comfortable chair/bed
    a comfortable home
    comfortable clothes
    a comfortable temperature
    These shoes aren't very comfortable for walking.
    I can't seem to find a comfortable position in this chair.
    b not used before a noun :not having any physically unpleasant feelings :experiencing physical comfort
    Are you comfortable enough in that chair?
    The nurse turned the patient on his side and asked him if he was comfortable.
    I was just getting comfortable when the phone rang.
    allowing you to be relaxed :causing no worries, difficulty, or uncertainty
    a comfortable routine
    They stayed at a comfortable distance from the crowd.
    She walked along at a comfortable [=easypace.
    The team has a comfortable 6-0 lead. [=a large lead that makes a victory seem certain]
    It was a comfortable victory. [=an easy victory that was never in doubt]
    feeling relaxed and happy :not worried or troubled
    He is most comfortable working outdoors. [=working outdoors suits him best] - often + with
    I'm not very comfortable with the idea of flying.
    I felt comfortable with her as soon as I met her. [=it was easy to talk and do things together]
    having or providing enough money for everything you need to live well
    He has a comfortable job/income.
    She makes a comfortable living as a journalist.
    They enjoy a comfortable lifestyle.