state of being free from suffering, anxiety, pain, etc.; physical well-being
help or kindness to sb who is suffering, consolation
sb/sth that brings relief or help
thing that creates physical ease or well-being
give comfort to; make sb feel better
"he is a man who enjoys his comfort"
"she longed for the comfortableness of her armchair"
"his presence was a consolation to her"
"a life of luxury and ease"
"he had all the material comforts of this world"
"his friendship was a comfort"
"a padded chair was one of the room's few comforts"
"it gave comfort to the enemy"
"ease the pain in your legs"
Others applying for comfort to strong liquors.
出自： Henry Fielding
She had..a sense of solemn comfort.
出自： George Eliot
Let youre hande now therfore be comforted, and be ye stronge.
出自：Bible (Coverdale): 2 Samuel
The water..that conforteth and clereth the syght.
出自： R. Copland
His friends came to comfort him for his loss.
The insurance money comforted her for the death of her husband.
She comforted herself with the view that her husband would come back in a few days.
误 They live at comfort and luxury.
正 They live in comfort and luxury.
析 表示“处于某种状态”时,通常用介词in,只有在be at war等少数几个短语中才用at,且大多与be连用。