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Comforted      
·Impf & ·p.p. of Comfort.
comfort         
  • Rama comforts Sita
  • baby]] wearing many items of [[winter]] clothing: [[headband]], [[cap]], fur-lined [[coat]], [[scarf]] and [[sweater]]
SENSE OF PHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL EASE; STATE OF BEING COMFORTABLE AND FREE FROM STRESS
Discomfort; Uncomfortableness; Comfy; Comforts; Comfortable; Uncomfortable; Comfortability; Comfort (definition); Discomforting; Uncomfortability; Lack of comfort
(comforts, comforting, comforted)
Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.
1.
If you are doing something in comfort, you are physically relaxed and contented, and are not feeling any pain or other unpleasant sensations.
This will enable the audience to sit in comfort while watching the shows...
The shoe has padding around the collar, heel and tongue for added comfort.
? discomfort
N-UNCOUNT: oft in/for N
2.
Comfort is a style of life in which you have enough money to have everything you need.
Surely there is some way of ordering our busy lives so that we can live in comfort and find spiritual harmony too.
N-UNCOUNT: oft in N
3.
Comfort is what you feel when worries or unhappiness stop.
He welcomed the truce, but pointed out it was of little comfort to families spending Christmas without a loved one...
He will be able to take some comfort from inflation figures due on Friday...
He found comfort in Eva's blind faith in him.
N-UNCOUNT
see also cold comfort
4.
If you refer to a person, thing, or idea as a comfort, you mean that it helps you to stop worrying or makes you feel less unhappy.
It's a comfort talking to you...
Being able to afford a drink would be a comfort in these tough times.
N-COUNT: usu sing, oft N to n, it v-link N to-inf/-ing
5.
If you comfort someone, you make them feel less worried, unhappy, or upset, for example by saying kind things to them.
Ned put his arm around her, trying to comfort her.
= console
VERB: V n
6.
Comforts are things which make your life easier and more pleasant, such as electrical devices you have in your home.
She enjoys the material comforts married life has brought her...
Electricity provides us with warmth and light and all our modern home comforts...
N-COUNT: usu pl
7.
If you say that something is, for example, too close for comfort, you mean you are worried because it is closer than you would like it to be.
The bombs fell in the sea, many too close for comfort...
Although crimes against visitors were falling, the levels of crime were still too high for comfort.
PHRASE: PHR after v, v-link PHR
discomfort         
  • Rama comforts Sita
  • baby]] wearing many items of [[winter]] clothing: [[headband]], [[cap]], fur-lined [[coat]], [[scarf]] and [[sweater]]
SENSE OF PHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL EASE; STATE OF BEING COMFORTABLE AND FREE FROM STRESS
Discomfort; Uncomfortableness; Comfy; Comforts; Comfortable; Uncomfortable; Comfortability; Comfort (definition); Discomforting; Uncomfortability; Lack of comfort
n.
1) to cause discomfort
2) to bear discomfort
3) to alleviate discomfort
4) physical discomfort
Pronunciation examples for Comforted
1. It comforted her.
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2. Their voices comforted me.
Confessions of a 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Soldier _ Rob Smith _ Talks at Google
3. comfortable-- comforted, even.
Every Song Ever _ Ben Ratliff _ Talks at Google
4. so I'm comforted by that.
Parenting with Presence _ Susan Stiffelman _ Talks at Google
5. Yeah, that comforted us a bit.
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Examples of use of Comforted
1. Jose Serra, who comforted mourning family members.
2. Grief–stricken: Cameron Diaz is comforted by a friend.
3. They are being comforted by relatives and friends today.
4. She was comforted by family members who held her hand.
5. Comforted – through chaos to cleanup What is this?