Comforted [verb]

Definition of Comforted:

make to feel better

Opposite/Antonyms of Comforted:

Sentence/Example of Comforted:

A versatile hoodieHoodies and sweaters may be one of the first things that come to mind when you think of warmth and comfort.

She came from a “Downton Abbey”-esque world of upper-class comforts.

If you worry that two components feel ambitious, take comfort in this particularly easy, press-in crust, which requires no rolling or chilling.

That way, you won’t feel like you’ve been kicked out of your comfort zone at the last minute.

Before the season, Locksley said he took comfort in the development of the starters, but “my concern is we still don’t have the depth that you’re looking for because that’s the one position that you can’t rush the growth.”

During that fall of 2016, I didn’t know that Martin had been a swimmer, but I recall staring at the work “Falling Blue,” which looks as if it has been soaked in water, and finding comfort in the undulating lines.

A smoother ride creates more comfort and provides more contact with the ground, enabling you go faster and corner better.

Frankly, the most coveted luxury these days has little to do with food and everything to do with comfort — mental as much as physical.

If people can see how a different hair color looks on them from the comfort of their own smartphone it’s that much easier for them to know if they want it, said Rochet.

There’s parity in the “Yakuza” experiences not found in “Valhalla,” and that’s some comfort.