comfortable (adj.)
comforting, encouraging, reassuring
AW I.i.74[Bertram to Helena] Be comfortable to my mother
KL I.iv.303[Lear to Gonerill] I have another daughter ... kind and comfortable
KL II.ii.162[disguised Kent alone, as if to the sun] by thy comfortable beams
Luc.164No comfortable star did lend his light
R2 II.ii.76[Queen Isabel to York] for God's sake speak comfortable words
RJ V.iii.148[Juliet to Friar] O comfortable Friar!
Tim IV.iii.494[Timon to Flavius] Had I a steward / So true, so just, and now so comfortable?
TN I.v.213[Olivia to Viola as Cesario, of her opening words] A comfortable doctrine
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