Definition of comfy in English:

comfy

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Pronunciation: /ˈkʌmfi
 
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adjective (comfier, comfiest)

informal
Comfortable: comfy furniture a comfy ride
More example sentences
  • Part of me just clings tighter to the covers on my soft, comfy, safe bed.
  • This is definitely music that one can dance to or simply just enjoy sitting back in a comfy couch with a drink in hand.
  • The beds are huge and comfy with lots of puffy pillows and cushions.

Origin

early 19th century: abbreviation.

Derivatives

comfily

adverb
More example sentences
  • J.R. had even filled out the deposit slip and left me sitting comfily in his office while he made the deposit.
  • They are comfily placed between the sea, sand and land.
  • The shoulder straps are padded and adjustable and the back of the bag is comfily padded, plus there's a carry handle on top.

comfiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Your grade here is at stake and that is much more important than her comfiness as she gets a free ride to school.
  • Kelly and the baby are glad to now be in the warmth and comfiness that is home and away from the cold and sterile environment of the hospital.
  • The first cold air helps me sink into the comfiness of fall, I come home to put on my slippers, cook up a pot of chicken stew and finish the last chapter of my book.

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