Definition of creature comforts in English:

creature comforts

Line breaks: crea|ture com|forts

noun

Material comforts that contribute to physical ease and well-being, such as good food and accommodation: you’re a long way from home and the only creature comforts you have are a television
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  • We have a biological existence, through which we experience the vital values of creature comforts, physical ease, agreeableness, adaptability and corporeal pleasures.
  • What makes the usual and expected standards of physical well-being and creature comforts unimportant to so many people at the same time?
  • At Guantanamo, by contrast, interrogators can reward cooperators with better food, more creature comforts and favorable plea bargains.

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