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- adv. In a comfortable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a comfortable or comforting manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a comfortable manner.
- With cheerfulness.
- In a manner to give comfort or consolation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in mental comfort; without stress
- adv. in financial comfort
- adv. in physical comfort
Father only left Paris after he had seen us what he calls comfortably settled here, and had informed Madame de Maisonrouge (the mistress of the establishment -- the head of the "family") that he wished my French pronunciation especially attended to.
McCain comfortably sitting in the peanut gallery with no real responsibility. nice job if you can get it.
Donnelly was expected to win comfortably, but ended up eking out a victory by less than 4,000 votes out of 190,000 cast.
Kurtis wheeled to the figure seated behind him, speaking comfortably from the black high back mesh chair behind the metal and glass that was the desktop now between them.
They will seat 5, comfortably is in the eye of the beholder.
Anthropometry studies fixed and dynamic human body dimensions - how easily can you reach the pedals on your car, can you adjust the radio comfortably, is your chair comfortable, etc, etc?
Dollar Bill Jefferson will win comfortably tonight, and luckily this embarrassment will presumably be overshadowed by an Obama win.
But now heading into one state that we all knew she'd win comfortably, the media says "a big win will re-energise her campaign".
Yet flying comfortably is so much more important on long hauls.
When the Dodgers were winning, Garciaparra was getting more than his share of key hits and settling in comfortably at first base.