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Comforts

ˈkʌm.fət

Meanings of Comforts:

noun

A state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint.

Usage examples:

There is room for four people to travel in comfort
verb

Ease the grief or distress of.

Usage examples:

The victim was comforted by friends before being taken to hospital

Comfrey

ˈkʌm.fri

Meanings of Comfrey:

noun

A eurasian plant of the borage family, which has large hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or white bell-shaped flowers.

Usage examples:

Particularly good trap crops include: green lettuce, cabbage, calendula, marigolds, comfrey leaves,…

Comfreys

ˈkʌmfri

Meanings of Comfreys:

noun

A eurasian plant of the borage family, which has large hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or white bell-shaped flowers.

Usage examples:

Particularly good trap crops include: green lettuce, cabbage, calendula, marigolds, comfrey leaves,…

Comfy

ˈkʌm.fi

Meanings of Comfy:

adjective

Comfortable.

Usage examples:

Comfy furniture

Comic

ˈkɒm.ɪk

Meanings of Comic:

adjective

Causing or meant to cause laughter.

Usage examples:

A comic monologue
noun

A comedian.

Usage examples:

He is training as a stand-up comic

Comic-book

ˈkɒm.ɪk

Meanings of Comic-book:

adjective

Making you want to laugh; amusing

Usage examples:

A comic actor/performance/writer

Meanings of Comic-opera:

noun

A play that is humorous and in which there is a lot of music and singing

Meanings of Comicality:

noun

The quality or fact of being amusing, especially in a ludicrous or absurd way.

Usage examples:

The comicality of his personality or appearance

Comically

ˈkɒm.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Comically:

adverb

In an amusing, ludicrous, or absurd way.

Usage examples:

A comically fumbled free kick

Meanings of Comicalness:

noun

The quality of being comical.

Comices

ˈkɒmɪs

Meanings of Comices:

noun

A large yellow dessert pear of a late-fruiting variety that is cultivated commercially.

Usage examples:

The comice is a purely dessert pear - in season from late autumn to midwinter.

Meanings of Comicry:

noun

Comic action, practice, or art.

Comics

ˈkɒmɪk

Meanings of Comics:

noun

A comedian.

Usage examples:

He is training as a stand-up comic
adjective

Causing or meant to cause laughter.

Usage examples:

A comic monologue
phrase

The section of a newspaper where comic strips appear

Usage examples:

Dad read the front page while the kids read the comics., he always read the comics and the sports s…

Coming

ˈkʌm.ɪŋ

Meanings of Coming:

adjective

Due to happen or just beginning.

Usage examples:

Work is due to start in the coming year
noun

An arrival or approach.

Usage examples:

The coming of a new age
verb

Move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker.

Usage examples:

Jessica came into the kitchen

Meanings of Coming down the pike:

phrase

Appear on the scene; come to notice.

Usage examples:

It's one of the better sports movies to come down the pike in some time

Meanings of Coming-down:

phrasal verb

To become lower in position or value

Usage examples:

I am not going to buy any more coffee until the price comes down.

Meanings of Coming-in:

phrasal verb

(of the ocean tide) to be rising to a higher level

Usage examples:

By the time we got to the beach the tide had come in.

Coming-of-age

ˌkʌm.ɪŋ əv ˈeɪdʒ

Meanings of Coming-of-age:

noun

Someone's coming of age is the time when that person legally becomes an adult and is old enough to vote.

Usage examples:

The coming of age of democracy in the country, the bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah are jewish coming-of…

Meanings of Coming-out:

phrasal verb

To become known or be made public

Usage examples:

When the facts came out, there was public outrage., her latest book is coming out in july., later i…

Comingle

ˌkəʊˈmɪŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Comingle:

verb

To mix together things of different types; to be mixed together like this

Usage examples:

We put all the paper in one container and co-mingle all the rest of the recycling., because it was …

Comings

ˈkʌm.ɪŋz

Meanings of Comings:

noun

An arrival or approach.

Usage examples:

The coming of a new age
adjective

Due to happen or just beginning.

Usage examples:

Work is due to start in the coming year

Meanings of Comings-and-goings:

plural noun

Movement or activity

Usage examples:

With so many comings and goings in this office i just can’t seem to concentrate.

Meanings of Comino:

proper noun

The smallest of the three main islands of malta.

Meanings of Comintern:

proper noun

The third international, a communist organization (1919–43).

noun

A communist organization founded by lenin and used by stalin for controlling people

Meanings of Comital:

adjective

Relating to a count or earl.

Usage examples:

Instability within the comital house thus reinforced and redoubled political strife within bruges.

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