English version

comfy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomfycom‧fy /ˈkʌmfi/ adjective informal 🔊 🔊 COMFORTABLEcomfortable 🔊 a comfy chairsee thesaurus at comfortable
Examples from the Corpus
comfyI fitted them neatly, I was comfy.The cars are usually air-conditioned, but the platforms are as comfy as coal mines.But even the most recalcitrant could embrace one of the chesterfields or comfy cardigans.Grandpa likes to sit in the comfy chair beside the fire.There's also a table and comfy chairs.These old shoes are so comfy. I don't want to get rid of them.For us, a comfy night in with excellent company was more than enough.It was a comfy place to finish the first cigar of my life.Patsy, 24, wearing a loose-fitting dress and comfy sandals, filled eight carriers when she unloaded her trolley.
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