noun, plural com·freys.
- comfortable as an old shoe, as,
- comic book,
- comic opera,
- comic relief
Origin of comfrey
Examples from the Web for comfrey
Anyhow, we couldn't not have him to play with us, because of Mr. and Mrs. Comfrey.
Mr. Comfrey made a deprecatory gesture, and Fred said, rather roughly: "What do I care about all that?"
Lavallée in his note (p. 94) translates this consoude, which in English is comfrey, Latin Symphytum.The Master of Game|Second Duke of York, Edward
I know nothing of the effects of comfrey root, but I do not believe that it can remove a sarcomatous tumor.
Where undisturbed the comfrey grows to a great size, the stems becoming very thick.Round About a Great Estate|Richard Jefferies