Comfort in a sentence

Definition of Comfort

(transitive) To relieve the distress or suffering of; to provide comfort to. | (transitive) To make comfortable. (Can we add an example for this sense?) | (obsolete) To make strong; to invigorate; to fortify; to corroborate.

How to use Comfort in a Sentence?

  • Renewed happiness and comfort had invested her features with a sort of transparent brightness.
  • It is no comfort to me that my death, if it occurs, will have no military importance.
  • The moment the idea popped into my brain, it brought conviction and comfort with it.
  • So Fulk had the one comfort of being with her when he was out of the sick room.
  • Joan, always helpless in the face of uncontrolled emotion, made no effort to comfort her.
  • This was the greater comfort because I had just then no time to make things better.
  • God comfort you and strengthen you; I feel for you as though you were my very own son.
  • Can counsel and give comfort to that grief, Which they themselves not feel.
  • She had compassionated him in his troubles, and he had told her in what alone his hope of comfort lay.
  • The shock seemed to have quite broken her, so that it was the mistress who had to comfort the servant.
  • It seemed sort of cheery to nest down in comfort and safety while the big storm was blowing outside.
  • The wish for greatness was forgotten in his sorrow, and even his little sweetheart failed to comfort him.
  • To add to his troubles, he did not find that comfort and consolation in his matrimonial relations which he would fain have had.
  • It was a comfort to think that she had died before sorrow and poverty came upon her child, and that all his great expectations were blasted.
  • The red-haired young lady had sent her, and she became a mainstay of practical comfort to us during our visit.
  • He did not say one word, but we knew it was all over with him, and that he could not have had one scrap of comfort or hope.
  • Grace said no more, but from that time new thoughts entered her mind, and when alone with Tilly she tried to comfort her.
  • He was not less reticent than usual, but there was immense comfort to us, even in Joe's silence.
  • Unexpectedly she burst into tears so explosively that Mrs. Budlong moved back the bread plate even as she tried to comfort her.
  • He thought of the days and years of utter selfishness which had drained away every drop of comfort from the cup which might have overflowed with domestic happiness.
  • Therefore it had devolved upon Wallie to buy teepees, extra bedding, food, and the thousand and one things necessary to comfort when camping.

Short Example Sentence for Comfort

  • Some comfort in that!
  • He is my only comfort in my sorrows.
  • Thus they returned comfort for tears.
  • Ah, why will you attempt to comfort me?
  • Night heard her, and went to comfort her.
  • For once the thought of Nikolai was of no comfort to her.
  • And poor Trevor himself had little comfort except with us.
  • Davidson expected in his heart to have some comfort out of him.
  • Then, what an air of comfort there was about the whole place.
  • Oh, how my comfort is reviv'd by that!
  • Once she held out her hand and seemed to find comfort in his clasp.
  • Cossack tried in vain to comfort it by leaping upon it and licking its face.
  • She turned quickly towards him, eager for the comfort of his extended arms.
  • Her standards, if she could be said to have any, were comfort and discomfort.
  • I lose, what's dearer yet, my comfort with them.
  • Filled of Thy fulness with stores Of comfort and hope and compassion.
  • And do I hold thee, my Antiphila, Thou only wish and comfort of my soul!
  • Enrietter's morals were beyond me, but my own comfort was not.
  • Do but agree with her, you'll have a girl To comfort your old age.

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