comfy

[kuhm-fee]
adjective, comfier, comfiest. Informal.

Origin:
1820–30; comf(ortable) + -y2, anomalously forming an adj.

comfily, adverb
comfiness, noun
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comfy (ˈkʌmfɪ)
 
adj , -fier, -fiest
informal short for comfortable

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comfy
1829, colloquial shortening of comfortable.
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Example sentences
They then use the silk to make themselves some seriously comfy cocoons.
Your egg has a comfy little home inside the ovary that provides it all the
  things a growing egg needs.
Of course, that's easy for me to say, sitting here on my couch in my comfy
  pajamas.
Wrap an oversize blanket around some poles and you've got a comfy tipi.
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