I could see his huge form as it intercepted the comfortable blaze.
But we are so comfortable and so happy that we shall be in no haste to get out of the Sylvania.
He drew up a chair before it for Aunt Jane and made her comfortable.
“You must make tea for each other, and be comfortable while we are away,” said Hester.
There was no pushing in the crowd, and we were as comfortable as possible.
Mr. Crotin's library was the most comfortable room in the house.
Star's natural impulse, after drinking, was to return to the familiar, comfortable pasture; but not without his yoke-mate.
I had placed myself astride the log, and was now in a comfortable position.
The most comfortable heading of a true parapet is a plain level on which the arm can be rested, and along which it can glide.
It was well built and comfortable, and each chamber had a veranda in front of it.
comfortable mid-14c., "affording mental comfort," from Anglo-Fr. confortable, from conforter "to comfort" (see comfort). Meaning "offering physical comfort" is attested from 1769; that of "in a state of tranquil enjoyment" is from 1770.