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creature comforts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreature comfortsˌcreature ˈcomforts noun [plural]  COMFORTABLEall the things that make life more comfortable and enjoyable, such as good food, a warm house, and comfortable furnituremod cons
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creature comfortsOh no, not when he starts to miss his creature comforts.Of course, retreating from the trials of the twentieth century existence does not mean one wants to abandon its many creature comforts.The crews made on-the-spot modifications to increase protection, firepower, or creature comforts.His attitude towards creature comforts was demonstrated by his regimen in Downing Street.
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