adjective, com·fi·er, com·fi·est. Informal.
Examples from the Web for comfy
Good news is that $20 million DoA catfish office has comfy chairs and recent issues of catfish newsletters and magazines.Up to a Point: P.J. O’Rourke on Valentine’s Day and Oral Hygiene|P. J. O’Rourke|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In other words, it may be that the only thing more seductive than the lure of the comfy life is the gauzy embrace of nostalgia.
The shock horror satisfies our cravings for conflict and yet justifies our comfy suburban disconnect.Despite Viral Attack Video, British Crime Rates Are Down|Peter Jukes|November 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But on this, from his comfy reelected position, Dimon is correct.Jamie Dimon’s Hubris Unshakable as JPMorgan Reelects Him to Top Two Posts|Nomi Prins|May 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Finally, footwear that is comfy and easily removable trumps all else.
Nice clean, comfy, red granite steps that so many pious, divorce-hating feet have passed over.Letters of a Dakota Divorcee|Jane Burr
A feeble little glimmer, but sufficient to show the two sleeping nurses and the comfy little nest of quilts between them.The Adventures of Akbar|Flora Annie Steel
Doctor Dick rigged your ankle up all nice and comfy without your being any the wiser.The Hermit of Far End|Margaret Pedler
After a Turkey carpet and a dining-room table, theres nothing so comfy as a footstool.Mrs. Craddock|W. Somerset Maugham
"Stretch out and be comfy while he's rustling it," said Casey, indicating a couch.Desert Conquest|A. M. Chisholm
British Dictionary definitions for comfy
adjective -fier or -fiest
Word Origin and History for comfy
1829, colloquial shortening of comfortable.