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Comfortable.‘comfy furniture’‘a comfy ride’
snug, comfortable, warm, restful, homelike, homey, homely, cheerful, welcoming, pleasant, agreeableView synonyms
- ‘The beds are huge and comfy with lots of puffy pillows and cushions.’
- ‘There's lots of standing room, several tables and a couple of comfy couches to lounge on.’
- ‘I might even think about getting my own bike, something with a slightly more comfy saddle.’
- ‘He is not settling down for a comfy night in one of York's nicer hotels.’
- ‘I park myself down on one of the comfy couches and love socialising with everyone again.’
- ‘So there I sat happy and sleepy on their comfy sofa letting the conversation and laughter waft over me.’
- ‘The decor wouldn't be out of place in a furniture showroom, and our rooms were clean, bright and very comfy.’
- ‘Do this until you feel so comfy with every note you could sing the tune in your sleep.’
- ‘Everything in the hall is aimed at making it easy and all comfy for the children.’
- ‘It's too bad that our soap operas only show the glamorous and comfy lifestyles of the upper class.’
- ‘It has big comfy leather sofas in the window area with lots of tables stretching back to the kitchen at the rear of the venue.’
- ‘Karina got changed into some comfy clothes and we headed to the gym for a hip hop class.’
- ‘This is definitely music that one can dance to or simply just enjoy sitting back in a comfy couch with a drink in hand.’
- ‘I have to go out soon, but all I want to do is gently rest my head on that cool, comfy pillow.’
- ‘They spoil me with dinner and a comfy bed and a bathtub; all the things you miss when traveling.’
- ‘Part of me just clings tighter to the covers on my soft, comfy, safe bed.’
- ‘We went to the pub at half three, and settled in at the front, on a comfy sofa.’
- ‘My bed was very comfy and a fold-up bed arrived promptly for my young daughter.’
- ‘The large rear door provides great access to comfy seats with unbelievable leg room.’
- ‘Then I caught the train and took my seat: a nice, big, comfy seat with no one anywhere near me.’
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