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View synonyms for creature comforts

creature comforts

plural noun

  1. things that contribute to bodily comfort and ease, as food, warmth, a comfortable bed, hot water for bathing, etc.


creature comforts

plural noun

  1. material things or luxuries that help to provide for one's bodily comfort


creature comforts

  1. 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.”


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Word History and Origins

Origin of creature comforts1

First recorded in 1650–60

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Example Sentences

Pillay used the 747 to deliver creature comforts, particularly for business travelers, that were previously unheard of.

Surrounded by all these creature comforts, I should be in a soldierly state of bliss.

Money and creature comforts take a back seat to expressing your soul in a meaningful way.

Travel in the PRC will yield the most exciting and uncomfortable emotions; be sure not to miss a few creature comforts.

In the creature comforts provided at Ballinasloe the working staff was not forgotten.

Then I realize that it is possible to feel that creature comforts are not matters of first importance.

He thanked God for all the 'creature comforts' there were upon the table—for all there ever had been—for all that was expected.

But it is not to the Mississippi toddies and other creature comforts of America that I look back with gratitude and affection.

Mr Pratt was too fond of his creature comforts to drive twenty miles through a damp and clinging mist.

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