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  • verb Present participle of recomfort.

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Examples

  • Yes, it is encouraging to be able to share what we feel with other human beings across the planet and recomforting to be heard and get a response.

    Becoming human again

  • It is recomforting that at least some folks like Sumate in Venezuela are thinking about the rights of the people instead of inflating further their distorted ego, or looking for one.

    Venezuela dysfunctionality

  • It is recomforting that at least some folks like Sumate in Venezuela are thinking about the rights of the people instead of inflating further their distorted ego, or looking for one.

    03/06/2005 - 03/13/2005

  • And one that was his friend, named Arachis, recomforting him said: Sir King, I know right well an old hermit that resembleth much Barlaam, and he is of our sect.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 7

  • And he in recomforting them sweetly said: My brethren, let not my departing trouble you, and doubt ye nothing, for ye shall have me more profitable dead than living.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 4

  • "Ha, Lady," saith he, "But that I dread the blame of the people, never again would I seek to depart from this place, but here would I save my soul and pray for yours; so would it be much recomforting to me that I should be so nigh, and should see the sepulchre wherein your body lieth that had so great sweetness and bounty.

    The High History of the Holy Graal

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