Night life in a city means the intoxication of many lights, the creature comfort of good restaurants.
They tell me (of course) I must renounce every creature comfort, as my friend Jedediah calls it.
Once in the car, we find the creature comfort which reconciles one to life, and we vote the day a red-letter one.
No one could have said that there was any creature comfort lacking in Mrs. Thorntons reception at Compton Dally.
He had been forced, in the last days of his law-practice, to stint himself even in this creature comfort.
The Puritans would have thought it a glaring iniquity to pay such heed to creature comfort in the house of God.
Dona sat up in bed, and arrested her tears sufficiently to accept the creature comfort offered her.
The inn at Lairg, overlooking the narrow waters of Loch Shin, was embowered in honeysuckles, and full of creature comfort.
Beyond this, a simple lean-to kitchen provided all they needed for their creature comfort.
And thinking she might be needing some creature comfort they would go over and bend down to listen for her request.
The basic physical things that make life pleasant — good food, warm clothing, etc.: “The poor frequently lack the creature comforts the rest of us take for granted.”