Definition of 'comforting'
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It's very comforting representing constituents who think I'm Mother Teresa. MURDER SONG (2002)The drumming of the rain on the alloy roof of the immobile mobile home was a strangely comforting sound, Rosanna Nixon thought. THE SCAR (2002)He always looked forward to coming home to the house in Randwick; he valued home, like a comforting mental condition. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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British English: comforting ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is comforting, you mean it makes you feel less worried or unhappy.
My mother had just died and I found the book very comforting.
Definition of comforting from the Collins English Dictionary
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