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- adj. Giving comfort.
- v. Present participle of comfort.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. providing freedom from worry.
- adj. affording comfort or solace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. providing freedom from worry
- adj. affording comfort or solace
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Recalling how good she was in comforting Sally, Don tells Megan he'll double her salary if she comes to California with him and the kids, which of course she will.
He spends his days atOmniLink in comforting monotony, facilitating the movement of product around thecountry, faxing, copying, joking with his best friend, Clark (Samm Levine), andharmlessly flirting with fellow cubicle-mate, Amy (Angela Bettis).
Indeed, we saw it happening from the first trailer which was itself a studied exercise in comforting the confused and afraid fans.
What's most comforting is knowing we have a man who isn't filthy rich or from wealth looking after the middle class, the poor, in addition to giving the rich their incentives.
Understanding the cause of the damage, while comforting, is not really useful at all to being a happier and more productive person.
One of things people will probably find most comforting is their proudly displayed “Golden Apple Award”.
It's funny that when I'm feeling so overwhelmed I managed to have a kind of break through in comforting Mason this morning when he was feeling exactly the same way with one of his dot-to-dots.
* Are You My Mother* plays a significant role in comforting both Lucky and her hanger-on Miles.
Now try to recall just a few dishes, both savory and sweet that require eggs or fish roe to turn them into little masterpieces (think the Salvador Dalí of the Spanish kitchen, Chef Ferrán Adria's of El Bulli's soft-boiled quail egg with a crispy caramel crust) or just plain comforting experiences at home.
In the imminence of the great selection of October 1944, Alberto and I had commented on this event with fright, impotent rage, rebellion, resignation, but without seeking refuge in comforting truths.