comfortable

adj.
1 allowing you to feel relaxed
VERBS
be, feel, look

The bed felt comfortable.

make sth

We must think how we can make the room more comfortable for you.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
incredibly, wonderfully

an incredibly comfortable chair

perfectly
enough, moderately, reasonably

The hotel was comfortable enough.

surprisingly
PHRASES
change into something more comfortable, slip into something more comfortable

I'll change into something more comfortable when I get home.

2 not having any pain/worry
VERBS
be, feel, look

Did you feel comfortable and relaxed at the party?

become, get

This bed is lumpy—I just can't seem to get comfortable.

make sb/yourself

Make yourself comfortable!

keep sb
ADVERB
very
completely, entirely, fully, perfectly, quite, totally

I was not entirely comfortable about the plans they had made.

increasingly
PREPOSITION
about

She didn't feel comfortable about going out alone.

with

I don't feel comfortable with him.

PHRASES
comfortable in your (own) skin
3 having/providing enough money for all your needs
VERBS
be
ADVERB
very
quite, relatively

I had a relatively comfortable life in Brazil.

Comfortable is used with these nouns: ↑accommodation, ↑apartment, ↑armchair, ↑atmosphere, ↑balance, ↑bed, ↑bedroom, ↑chair, ↑circumstance, ↑clothes, ↑clothing, ↑confines, ↑couch, ↑distance, ↑environment, ↑existence, ↑familiarity, ↑fit, ↑flat, ↑grip, ↑home, ↑hotel, ↑house, ↑journey, ↑lead, ↑lifestyle, ↑living, ↑lounge, ↑majority, ↑margin, ↑mattress, ↑niche, ↑position, ↑quarter, ↑retirement, ↑ride, ↑room, ↑seat, ↑seating, ↑settee, ↑shoe, ↑slipper, ↑sofa, ↑stay, ↑suburb, ↑surroundings, ↑victory, ↑warmth, ↑win, ↑winner

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