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to comfort (someone): to console, to encourage, to calm, to reassure (someone)
- "Comfort: Minimal"
- "Jean : Poor Philip, I would stay and comfort you, but I have to go."
- "Comfort: Non-existent"
- "Comfort: Quite impressive"
- "After all this turmoil and excitement, I needed to sort things out for myself in the comfort of my family home."
- "Comfort Tired of being packed in like sardines?"
- "You can earn serious money without leaving the comfort of your own home."
- "He needs a comforting hand to stroke him."
- "The airline is set to revolutionise the low-cost airline industry, setting new standards in price, comfort, service and destination options."
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