Definition of 'comforter'
Example sentences containing 'comforter'
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Claire stammered, trying to modify her rôle as comforter. DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY (2003)They had eaten in silence, then Francine, unconcerned, quickly stripped naked and crawled under the down comforter, asleep within seconds. CORMORANT (2003)`Kate, dear Kate, it's sweet of you to want to be my comforter. SEA MUSIC (2003)
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Used Occasionally. comforter is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'comforter'
British English: comforter NOUN
A comforter is a person or thing that comforts you.
He became her devoted friend and comforter.
Definition of comforter from the Collins English Dictionary
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