As a result, legitimate art is doing a bad job of taking us outside our comfort zone.
He found the pageant on Facebook and entered it “to have fun, meet people, and get out of [his] comfort zone.”
"There was no comfort zone with Alexander McQueen," she began.
It was such a comfort zone for me, and then you have to go out into the world again and do auditions.
It seemed too much of a mess and too big for me and way out of my comfort zone.
As the current state party chair Jim Brulte said bluntly, Republicans “have to leave their comfort zone.”
Rhetorically, the president is back in his comfort zone—campaigning and using catchy slogans to rally his Democratic base.
At Tulane, she was outside her comfort zone and surrounded by a diverse group of students.
As I continue to work, and as I learn more, I have to keep looking for ways to be slightly outside of my comfort zone.
It took going out of my comfort zone, being a stranger in a strange land, to make me jealous of Judaism.
an environment or situation in which a person feels secure or at ease; also figuratively, an established lifestyle in which a person feels comfortable as long as there is no drastic change
comfort zone com·fort zone (kŭm'fərt)
The temperature range between 28° and 30°C or 82.5° and 86°F at which the naked body maintains heat balance without shivering or sweating; in the clothed body, the range is between 13° and 21°C or 55.5° and 70°F.