creature comforts

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

Origin:
1650–60

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creature comforts
 
pl n
material things or luxuries that help to provide for one's bodily comfort

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creature comforts definition


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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Example sentences
All they care about is their survival, their creature comforts, their interests.
Upgrade your bedroom with the latest in creature comforts.
Greening the office does not mean spending a lot of money or eliminating
  creature comforts in the name of sustainable living.
Great property, with all the creature comforts you could want from a first-rate
  resort hotel.
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