comfier comfier


  • (adj) providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal)


  1. No prizes for guessing the comfier mode of travel "If a kangaroo accidentally gets hit by the train, you don't really feel it," conductor Scott Fels informs me as the scrublands .
  2. If you want a comfier seat or you've spied a potential hot date or employer sitting up in business class, simply swipe your credit card through the console on the seat back .
  3. There are four coatrooms for traders to doff their dress shoes and change into comfier footwear (sneakers, mostly).


  • Dog's best friend? Robots, if we're not careful

    Humans have been best buds with dogs for over 33,000 years, but that epic allegiance seems to be faltering as our pooches get closer and comfier with robots.The Internet has long been documenting our cats' sinister fascination with Roombas.
    on September 14, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  • "OK, I need to see each of you [give me] either thumbs up, thumbs maybe or thumbs down," says Branch, who is then met with a confusing array of sideways, upward and downward digits. "It's a lot comfier than the pink suit."
    on Dec 8, 2006 By: Michelle Branch Source:

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