comforting : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v give moral or emotional strength to
- v lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate
- s providing freedom from worry
- s affording comfort or solace
News & Articles
- Mini horses comfort Oklahoma victims
Miniature horses return from Oklahoma to Alachua County after comforting tornado victims. Catherine, a miniature horse named after a girl killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., walked into the Alachua County Library on Thursday as a way to encourage kids to read over the summer.
June 13, 2013 - WJXT Jacksonville
- Concert review: They Might Be Giants
The shortest path to an early end for an artist is to rest on past success. Comforting as it may be, it leads to stagnation and death. Tireless veterans They Might Be Giants, who played Showbox SoDo Wednesday, are instead very much alive in their very long career. Guitarist John Flansburgh and multi
June 13, 2013 - Seattle Times
- 7 Gadgets Worth Getting Dad For Fathers Day
PORTLAND, Ore. (TheStreet) -- For the fortunate among us, a father was the person who sacrificed hours of sleep comforting a crying child in the early a.m. hours, traded in his zippy commuter car for something he could use to shuttle his kids and their stuff and who hasn't watched a film with an "F" bomb in it during daylight hours in more than a decade.
June 12, 2013 - The Morning Journal
- Tiger Wood in Seattle Post Intelligencer
One of the great things coming back is my bones aren't moving anymore,Woods said. "It's a very comforting feeling hitting a golf ball without your bones sliding all over the place. That's been very exciting to play that way, and I'm...
- Ed McMahon in Arizona Republic
It felt very good to be out of the brace and working again,says McMahon, who recently underwent a third neck surgery. "I spent my whole life doing commercials, so here I was back doing a commercial again. It was very comforting."
- Riccardo Montolivo in The Canadian Press
It's comforting to have them here with me,Montolivo said.