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* La buona donna aveva subito tirate le tendine della lettiga: prese poi affettuosamente le mani di Lucia , s'era messa a confortarla , con parole di pietà , di congratulazione e di tenerezza .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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E meglio lo avvertí, allorché la madre accorsa prese a confortarla come tant'altre volte la aveva confortata, usando le stesse parole, le stesse esortazioni.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Invano, allora, le buone suore assistenti s'eran provate a confortarla con la fede; ella aveva fatto, come faceva anche adesso; ascoltava attenta, sorrideva, diceva di sí; ma si capiva che il groppo che le stringeva il cuore non si scioglieva né s'allentava per quelle esortazioni.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non discernendo nulla, chiamò forte: - Adriana! Questa, che se ne stava tra le due pigionali che cercavano scioccamente di confortarla, balzò in piedi, gridando: - Mamma! - Vieni! vieni con me, figlia mia! povera figlia mia! Andiamocene subito! - disse in fretta, con voce vibrante di sdegno e di dolore, la vecchia signora.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Movendo appena le mani enfiate, una sul dorso dell'altra, gemeva tra il grasso rantolo, come per confortarsi e averne refrigerio: - L'erbuccia!...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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La amava ancora come un pazzo, e senza lei non poteva piú stare; non aveva piú requie! Spesso, il figliuolo, che gli dormiva accanto, sentendolo piangere o gemere con la faccia affondata nel guanciale, si levava su un gomito e cercava di confortarlo amorosamente: - Papà, papà...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E infine, poiché zia Michelina, oppressa dall'onta, s'era messa a piangere, prendendo questo pianto come remissione, per confortarla e dimostrarle che Marruchino aveva ben ragione se si era innamorato di lei, ripeté il consiglio d'andarsi a guardare allo specchio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Vennero le vicine a confortarla, e si sfogò con esse, senza poter frenare ancora le lagrime.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Cercai di confortarlo, di calmarlo; ma il pover'uomo, in preda a un crescente tremor convulso di tutto il corpo, annaspando, con gli occhi fuggevoli, pareva andasse in cerca di se stesso, del suo spirito che si smarriva, e volesse trattenerlo, arrestarlo, e non si dava pace e seguitava a balbettare: - Ma come?...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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- Ma no, ma no, - gli diceva il Direttore, per confortarlo; e qualche volta anche lo rimproverava amorevolmente.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Il povero Dolfino n'era atterrito, e lui non trovava piú modo a confortarlo con qualche parolina, perché quel mugolo del vento, piú che il fragore del mare, gli toglieva, non che la voce, ma finanche il respiro, gli torceva dentro le viscere, gli dava un'angoscia rabbiosa e muta, che trovava solo, di tanto in tanto, un po' di sfogo involontario nella gola della povera balia, la quale, per compir l'opera, s'era ammalata d'angina e doveva starsene a letto, anche lei.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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I doganieri cercavano di confortarla; le consigliavano di andare in questura, non conoscendo essi quell'avvocato moro di cui ella parlava.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Povero Luzziddu, cosí piccino, là, fuori di casa, e con la mamma sua cosí lontana! Certo quella donna non poteva aver per lui le cure che aveva per il proprio figliuolo; e Luzziddu, messo da parte, doveva aspettar quieto quel po' che avanzava: lui, lui che finora aveva avuto tutta per sé la mamma sua! Annicchia si mise a piangere; ma poi, temendo che qualcuno se n'avvedesse, asciugò le lagrime e, per confortarsi, pensò che lí presso, a guardia, c'era la nonna, la quale, all'occorrenza, avrebbe saputo farsi valere con quel suo fare cupo e imperioso.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Il giovane collega accorso dalla città lo guarda sbigottito e cerca di confortarlo.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Carla non cercò in alcun modo di confortarlo; gli domandò soltanto notizie della piccina, che don Camillo aveva dato a balia.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E, difatti, gli erano cascate le braccia, nel rivederla, povero Poldo Carega! Ma non solo le braccia; l'anima e il fiato gli erano cascati, e tutti i sogni che aveva fatti per lei, tutte le speranze! Dico la verità, non ebbi il coraggio di confortarlo.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Dapprima ne rimaneva abbagliato; poi col respiro che traeva nel liberarsi dal carico, gli aspetti noti delle cose circostanti gli balzavano davanti; restava, ancora ansimante, a guardarli un poco e, senza che n'avesse chiara coscienza, se ne sentiva confortare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Che dirgli , per confortarlo ? «Perché non sei rimasto là ?» Efix sentiva troppa pietà di tanta miseria prostrata davanti a lui , per parlare cosí .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Ed Efix non sapeva cosa dire , se pregarlo di riprendere il racconto , se confortarlo , se commentare in bene o in male quanto aveva sentito .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Se siam destinati, io a confortare la vita mia della vostra, voi a sostenere il peso della misera mia; Iddio, Giovanni, ci saprà ricongiungere, Iddio." Tacque: né seguitare avrebbe potuto senza commoversi più che la non volesse. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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L’allegra gita e il mesto ritorno confortarono Maria: qual più non saprei.. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Ester si provò a confortarla, a dirle che si avvicinava per lei un tempo migliore, la riunione con suo marito. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Le corre appresso Carlotta; appresso, le tre povere zitellone sorelle di Monsignore, venute dal villino dirimpetto: magre tutt’e tre allo stesso modo; pettinate e vestite allo stesso modo tutt’e tre, di grigio, con uno scialletto nero sul seno per la morte del Santo Padre; appresso, una dietro l’altra, con la bocca appuntita, gli occhi sbarrati e pietosi, accomodandosi lo scialletto sul seno con le mani inquiete, in un dito il ditale tutt’e tre, perché sono accorse agli strilli mentre stavano a cucire e non sanno come confortare quella madre.
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* Avrebbe voluto udire almeno i commenti che si facevano su quel primo atto; accostarsi al palcoscenico, vedere quelli che vi entravano a confortar l'autrice... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Ma per fortuna, nella stanchezza e nello stordimento, mentre colei cercava di confortarla scioccamente, poté trovare una nuova sorgiva di pianto, volgendo gli occhi a un angolo della camera. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* – Ma lei, – mi provai a confortarlo, – lei è ancora in tempo, fortunatamente... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Toccava allora alla povera piccola mammina in veste da camera vegliarla, confortarla fino a tarda notte: ne aveva pietà, pietà che vinceva la nausea: la sapeva sola al mondo e infelicissima, con quella rabbia in corpo che le faceva odiar la vita, a cui già due volte aveva attentato; la induceva pian piano a prometterle che sarebbe stata buona che non l’avrebbe fatto più; e sissignori, il giorno appresso se la vedeva comparire tutta infronzolata e con certe mossette da scimmia, trasformata di punto in bianco in bambina ingenua e capricciosa. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Subito la Caporale cercò di confortarla, dicendole:
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* – Scusi, signorina, – le proposi allora, per confortarla in qualche modo. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Adriana mi dimostrava per mezzo di esse, ch’ella era col pensiero quasi tutto il giorno Lì con me, in camera mia; e grazie della consolazione! Che mi valeva, se io intanto, col mio, la inseguivo di qua e di là per casa, tutto il giorno, smaniando? Lei sola poteva confortarmi: doveva; lei che più degli altri era in grado d’intendere come e quanto dovesse pesarmi la noia, rodermi il desiderio di vederla o di sentirmela almeno vicina. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Con che sguardo duro, di rampogna, m’accolse in quella stanza la signorina Caporale! Ella, che aveva tanto sofferto per amore e che s’era sentita tante volte confortare dalla dolce fanciulla ignara, ora che Adriana sapeva, ora che Adriana era ferita, voleva confortarla lei a sua volta, grata, premurosa; e si ribellava contro di me, perché le pareva ingiusto ch’io facessi soffrire una così buona e bella creatura. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* A che cercar fuori la ricompensa che tu hai dentro di te ? Se la creazione della tua opera , se la vita delle persone nate da te , se la pienezza delle immagini inventate da te , non bastano a contentarti e a farti lieto , cosa vai cercando tra gli uomini ? Potranno darti essi , piccoH , freddi , mediocri , quel che il tuo stesso genio non ti ha dato ? Crea senza pensare a loro , getta le cose tue fra gli uomini per spaventarli o confortarli , eppoi seguita a creare finché forza ti resta . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Essa mi guardò negli occhi e trovò i miei vivamente annuenti così da confortarla .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Essa trovava sempre delle nuove parole per confortarmi .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Volli confortarla:
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allegrare
= verbo trans. rallegrare , allietare , rendere ameno confortare , consolare
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confortabile
= che si può confortare, avvalorare
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confortante
= part. pres. di confortare che dà conforto
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confortativo
= che serve, che è atto a confortare.
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confortatorio
= che conforta, che vale a confortare
= conforteria.
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conforto
= il confortare
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consolare
= verbo trans. sollevare da un dolore morale, confortare
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riconfortare
= verbo trans. confortare di nuovo
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) The girls grieved over such a number of ladies, but were comforted theday before the ball by hearing, that instead of twelve he brought onlysix with him from London--his five sisters and a cousin.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Well, my dear," said Mr. Bennet, when Elizabeth had read the notealoud, "if your daughter should have a dangerous fit of illness--if sheshould die, it would be a comfort to know that it was all in pursuit ofMr. Bingley, and under your orders.<>
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She was still very poorly, and Elizabeth would not quit her at all, tilllate in the evening, when she had the comfort of seeing her sleep, andwhen it seemed to her rather right than pleasant that she should godownstairs herself.<>
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LadyCatherine de Bourgh's attention to his wishes, and consideration forhis comfort, appeared very remarkable.<>
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Phillipsprotested that they would have a nice comfortable noisy game of lotterytickets, and a little bit of hot supper afterwards.<>
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His being such a charming young man, and so rich, and living butthree miles from them, were the first points of self-gratulation; andthen it was such a comfort to think how fond the two sisters were ofJane, and to be certain that they must desire the connection as much asshe could do.<>
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Bennet to find comfort in staying home at any period of her life.<>
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Bennet had no more to say; and Lady Lucas, whohad been long yawning at the repetition of delights which she saw nolikelihood of sharing, was left to the comforts of cold ham andchicken.<>
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He must write his own sermons; and the timethat remains will not be too much for his parish duties, and the careand improvement of his dwelling, which he cannot be excused from makingas comfortable as possible.<>
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I will read it to you:""When my brother left us yesterday, he imagined that the business whichtook him to London might be concluded in three or four days; but as weare certain it cannot be so, and at the same time convinced that whenCharles gets to town he will be in no hurry to leave it again, we havedetermined on following him thither, that he may not be obliged to spendhis vacant hours in a comfortless hotel.<>
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You could not have started a more happy idea, since youwill not take comfort in mine.<>
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Afterlamenting it, however, at some length, she had the consolation that Mr.Bingley would be soon down again and soon dining at Longbourn, and theconclusion of all was the comfortable declaration, that though he hadbeen invited only to a family dinner, she would take care to have twofull courses.<>
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I ask only a comfortable home; and considering Mr. Collins'scharacter, connection, and situation in life, I am convinced that mychance of happiness with him is as fair as most people can boast onentering the marriage state.<>
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Bennet the comfort of having a daughter well married; and shecalled at Longbourn rather oftener than usual to say how happy she was,though Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Neither Jane nor Elizabeth were comfortable on this subject.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Hope was over, entirely over; and when Jane could attend to the restof the letter, she found little, except the professed affection of thewriter, that could give her any comfort.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) With a stronger voice she soon added, "I have this comfort immediately,that it has not been more than an error of fancy on my side, and that ithas done no harm to anyone but myself.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "True," said Mr. Bennet, "but it is a comfort to think that whatever ofthat kind may befall you, you have an affectionate mother who will makethe most of it.<>
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However, your coming just at this time is thegreatest of comforts, and I am very glad to hear what you tell us, oflong sleeves.<>
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Elizabeth could neveraddress her without feeling that all the comfort of intimacy was over,and though determined not to slacken as a correspondent, it was for thesake of what had been, rather than what was.<>
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Shewrote cheerfully, seemed surrounded with comforts, and mentioned nothingwhich she could not praise.<>
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I am sure you will be very comfortable there.<>
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Butthough everything seemed neat and comfortable, she was not able togratify him by any sigh of repentance, and rather looked with wonder ather friend that she could have so cheerful an air with such a companion.<>
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When Mr. Collins could beforgotten, there was really an air of great comfort throughout, and byCharlotte's evident enjoyment of it, Elizabeth supposed he must be oftenforgotten.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Chapter 30Sir William stayed only a week at Hunsford, but his visit was longenough to convince him of his daughter's being most comfortably settled,and of her possessing such a husband and such a neighbour as were notoften met with.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth looked at Darcy to see how cordially he assented to hiscousin's praise; but neither at that moment nor at any other could shediscern any symptom of love; and from the whole of his behaviour to Missde Bourgh she derived this comfort for Miss Bingley, that he might havebeen just as likely to marry her, had she been his relation.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) He took the hint, and soon began with, "This seems a very comfortablehouse.<>
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Collins have a comfortable income, but notsuch a one as will allow of frequent journeys--and I am persuaded myfriend would not call herself near her family under less than halfthe present distance.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth could safely say that it was a great happiness where that wasthe case, and with equal sincerity could add, that she firmly believedand rejoiced in his domestic comforts.<>
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"I am glad I bought mybonnet, if it is only for the fun of having another bandbox! Well, nowlet us be quite comfortable and snug, and talk and laugh all the wayhome.<>
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Andwith no one to speak to about what I felt, no Jane to comfort me and saythat I had not been so very weak and vain and nonsensical as I knew Ihad! Oh! how I wanted you!""How unfortunate that you should have used such very strong expressionsin speaking of Wickham to Mr. Darcy, for now they do appear whollyundeserved.<>
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Well, my comfort is, I am sure Jane willdie of a broken heart; and then he will be sorry for what he has done.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) But as Elizabeth could not receive comfort from any such expectation,she made no answer.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Well, Lizzy," continued her mother, soon afterwards, "and so theCollinses live very comfortable, do they? Well, well, I only hopeit will last.<>
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But Mr. Bennet was not ofa disposition to seek comfort for the disappointment which his ownimprudence had brought on, in any of those pleasures which too oftenconsole the unfortunate for their folly or their vice.<>
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Mr. Gardiner would be prevented by business fromsetting out till a fortnight later in July, and must be in London againwithin a month, and as that left too short a period for them to go sofar, and see so much as they had proposed, or at least to see it withthe leisure and comfort they had built on, they were obliged to give upthe Lakes, and substitute a more contracted tour, and, according to thepresent plan, were to go no farther northwards than Derbyshire.<>
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Elizabethwas not comfortable; that was impossible; but she was flattered andpleased.<>
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She was of great use and comfort to us all.<>
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Bennet, and was agreat comfort to them in their hours of freedom.<>
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No arguments shall bewanting on my part that can alleviate so severe a misfortune--or thatmay comfort you, under a circumstance that must be of all others themost afflicting to a parent's mind.<>
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Oh, Lydia!""I comfort myself with thinking," replied Jane, "that he certainly wouldnot marry Lydia if he had not a real regard for her.<>
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Happy shall I be, when his stay at Netherfield is over!""I wish I could say anything to comfort you," replied Elizabeth; "but itis wholly out of my power.<>
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Every thing was too recent forgaiety, but the evening passed tranquilly away; there was no longeranything material to be dreaded, and the comfort of ease and familiaritywould come in time.<>
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Too much, I am afraid; for what becomes of the moral, if our comfortsprings from a breach of promise? for I ought not to have mentioned thesubject.<>
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Elizabeth did all she could to shieldhim from the frequent notice of either, and was ever anxious to keephim to herself, and to those of her family with whom he might conversewithout mortification; and though the uncomfortable feelings arisingfrom all this took from the season of courtship much of its pleasure, itadded to the hope of the future; and she looked forward with delight tothe time when they should be removed from society so little pleasingto either, to all the comfort and elegance of their family party atPemberley.<>
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It is a great comfort to have you sorich, and when you have nothing else to do, I hope you will think of us.<>
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Pools of waterhad collected in the narrow and little-frequented streets, and as manyof the thinly-scattered oil-lamps had been blown out by the violence ofthe wind, the walk was not only a comfortless, but most uncertain one.<>
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Thetattered remains of a checked curtain were drawn round the bed's head,to exclude the wind, which, however, made its way into the comfortlessroom through the numerous chinks in the door, and blew it to and froevery instant.<>
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And now you allknow each other, let's be comfortable and happy, and see what'sgoing forward; that's what I say.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A ray of comfort darted across the mind of the spinster aunt at thissuggestion.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Pooh, pooh!--nothing more easy--blackguard boy--lovely woman--fat boyhorsewhipped--you believed--end of the matter--all comfortable.<>
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DESCRIPTIVE OF A VERY IMPORTANT PROCEEDING ON THE PART OFMr. PICKWICK; NO LESS AN EPOCH IN HIS LIFE, THAN IN THIS HISTORYMr. Pickwick's apartments in Goswell Street, although on a limitedscale, were not only of a very neat and comfortable description,but peculiarly adapted for the residence of a man of his genius andobservation.<>
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Pott, comfortably seated in acouple of chairs, waving their handkerchiefs in token of recognition--acompliment which Mr. Pickwick returned by kissing his hand to the lady.<>
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Thus, notwithstanding that they were in a great measuredeprived of the comfort and advantage of Mr. Pickwick's society, theywere still enabled to beguile the time, and to prevent its hangingheavily on their hands.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Women, after all, gentlemen,' said the enthusiastic Mr. Snodgrass, 'arethe great props and comforts of our existence.<>
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It was a comfortable-looking place though, for therewas a strong, cheerful light in the bar window, which shed a bright rayacross the road, and even lighted up the hedge on the other side; andthere was a red flickering light in the opposite window, one moment butfaintly discernible, and the next gleaming strongly through the drawncurtains, which intimated that a rousing fire was blazing within.<>
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This was comfortable, but this was not all; for asmartly-dressed girl, with a bright eye and a neat ankle, was laying avery clean white cloth on the table; and as Tom sat with his slipperedfeet on the fender, and his back to the open door, he saw a charmingprospect of the bar reflected in the glass over the chimney-piece, withdelightful rows of green bottles and gold labels, together with jars ofpickles and preserves, and cheeses and boiled hams, and rounds of beef,arranged on shelves in the most tempting and delicious array.<>
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Well, thiswas comfortable too; but even this was not all--for in the bar, seatedat tea at the nicest possible little table, drawn close up before thebrightest possible little fire, was a buxom widow of somewhere abouteight-and-forty or thereabouts, with a face as comfortable as the bar,who was evidently the landlady of the house, and the supreme ruler overall these agreeable possessions.<>
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Thoughtful creature! Comfortable provider!'"Who is that gentleman in the bar, ma'am?" inquired Tom.<>
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"As Tom said this, his eye involuntarily wandered from the widow's faceto the comfort around him.<>
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Then she screams wery loud, and falls into 'sterics;and he smokes wery comfortably till she comes to agin.<>
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Soaway they went, leaving Mr. Pickwick snoring most comfortably in theshade.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'A sovereign cure for the gout,' said Mr. Pickwick, hastily producinghis note-book--'what is it?The gout, Sir,' replied Mr. Weller, 'the gout is a complaint as arisesfrom too much ease and comfort.<>
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"Ah,"says he, "if I hadn't been obliged to take that ugly article at theold broker's valuation, I might have got something comfortable for themoney.<>
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"And if, Sir," said the tenant, callingafter him, "if you WOULD have the goodness to suggest to the otherladies and gentlemen who are now engaged in haunting old empty houses,that they might be much more comfortable elsewhere, you will confer avery great benefit on society.<>
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A silent look of affection and regard when allother eyes are turned coldly away--the consciousness that we possess thesympathy and affection of one being when all others have deserted us--isa hold, a stay, a comfort, in the deepest affliction, which no wealthcould purchase, or power bestow.<>
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At length whenhe had received ocular demonstration of the groundless nature of eachand every of these suspicions, he consented to climb up to the roof ofthe coach, observing that now he had taken everything off his mind, hefelt quite comfortable and happy.<>
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Whathave you got to say to me?Bless you, Mr. Walker--Weller, I mean--a great many things, if you willcome away somewhere, where we can talk comfortably.<>
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What a comfort you must ha' beento your blessed mother.<>
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So the examination went off, all very smoothand comfortable, and two assaults were proved against Mr. Weller, anda threat against Mr. Winkle, and a push against Mr. Snodgrass.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Mary,' said Mr. Muzzle to the pretty servant-girl, 'this is Mr. Weller;a gentleman as master has sent down, to be made as comfortable aspossible.<>
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And so glad to see us--that makesit so much more comfortable,' said Sam.<>
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Tupman, Winkle,and Snodgrass repaired to their several homes to make such preparationsas might be requisite for their forthcoming visit to Dingley Dell;and Mr. Pickwick and Sam took up their present abode in very good,old-fashioned, and comfortable quarters, to wit, the George and VultureTavern and Hotel, George Yard, Lombard Street.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'To see how dreadful she takes on, going moping about, and taking nopleasure in nothing, except when her friends comes in, out of charity,to sit with her, and make her comfortable,' resumed Mrs.<>
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It camefrom a rather stout lady of comfortable appearance, who was seatedbeside the fireplace in the bar, blowing the fire to make the kettleboil for tea.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Sam was so lost in the contemplation of this comfortable scene, that hesuffered the first inquiry of the rather stout lady to pass unheeded.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) At length Mr. Stiggins, with several most indubitable symptoms of havingquite as much pine-apple rum-and-water about him as he could comfortablyaccommodate, took his hat, and his leave; and Sam was, immediatelyafterwards, shown to bed by his father.<>
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The paths were hard; thegrass was crisp and frosty; the air had a fine, dry, bracing coldness;and the rapid approach of the gray twilight (slate-coloured is abetter term in frosty weather) made them look forward with pleasantanticipation to the comforts which awaited them at their hospitableentertainer's.<>
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And when the difficulties of thestile were at last surmounted, and they once more entered on the openfield, old Wardle informed Mr. Pickwick how they had all been down ina body to inspect the furniture and fittings-up of the house, whichthe young couple were to tenant, after the Christmas holidays; at whichcommunication Bella and Trundle both coloured up, as red as the fat boyafter the taproom fire; and the young lady with the black eyes andthe fur round the boots, whispered something in Emily's ear, and thenglanced archly at Mr. Snodgrass; to which Emily responded that she wasa foolish girl, but turned very red, notwithstanding; and Mr. Snodgrass,who was as modest as all great geniuses usually are, felt the crimsonrising to the crown of his head, and devoutly wished, in the inmostrecesses of his own heart, that the young lady aforesaid, with her blackeyes, and her archness, and her boots with the fur round the top, wereall comfortably deposited in the adjacent county.<>
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There; now we look compact and comfortable, as the father saidven he cut his little boy's head off, to cure him o' squintin'.<>
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Then, as he sat down to his mealbefore the fire, the children climbed about his knee, and the mother satby his side, and all seemed happiness and comfort.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) These sequestered nooks are the public offices of the legal profession,where writs are issued, judgments signed, declarations filed, andnumerous other ingenious machines put in motion for the torture andtorment of His Majesty's liege subjects, and the comfort and emolumentof the practitioners of the law.<>
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Books of practice, heaps of papers, and openedletters, were scattered over the table, without any attempt at order orarrangement; the furniture of the room was old and rickety; the doors ofthe book-case were rotting in their hinges; the dust flew out from thecarpet in little clouds at every step; the blinds were yellow with ageand dirt; the state of everything in the room showed, with a clearnessnot to be mistaken, that Mr. Serjeant Snubbin was far too much occupiedwith his professional pursuits to take any great heed or regard of hispersonal comforts.<>
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Just as we weregetting so comfortable too!' The prim man was just beginning to have adawning recollection of the story he had forgotten.<>
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He's sitch a friend o' the family, Sammy, that wen he's avayfrom us, he can't be comfortable unless he has somethin' to remember usby.<>
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" Upon this, two or three other men are sure to saythat they think so too--as of course they do; and then they get on veryunanimously and comfortably.<>
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With this, the tall chemist composed himself intoa comfortable attitude, and, assuming a pleasant expression ofcountenance, appeared to have prepared himself for the worst.<>
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"Mr. Bardell," said the widow--"Mr. Bardell was a man ofhonour, Mr. Bardell was a man of his word, Mr. Bardell was no deceiver,Mr. Bardell was once a single gentleman himself; to single gentlemen Ilook for protection, for assistance, for comfort, and for consolation;in single gentlemen I shall perpetually see something to remind me ofwhat Mr. Bardell was when he first won my young and untried affections;to a single gentleman, then, shall my lodgings be let.<>
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Bardell, during the wholeof that time, waited on him, attended to his comforts, cooked his meals,looked out his linen for the washerwoman when it went abroad, darned,aired, and prepared it for wear, when it came home, and, in short,enjoyed his fullest trust and confidence.<>
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" Thewarming-pan! Why, gentlemen, who DOES trouble himself about awarming-pan? When was the peace of mind of man or woman broken ordisturbed by a warming-pan, which is in itself a harmless, a useful, andI will add, gentlemen, a comforting article of domestic furniture? Whyis Mrs.<>
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HOW Mr. WINKLE, WHEN HE STEPPED OUT OF THE FRYING-PAN,WALKED GENTLY AND COMFORTABLY INTO THE FIREThe ill-starred gentleman who had been the unfortunate cause of theunusual noise and disturbance which alarmed the inhabitants of the RoyalCrescent in manner and form already described, after passing a nightof great confusion and anxiety, left the roof beneath which hisfriends still slumbered, bound he knew not whither.<>
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You'll be chummed on somebody to-morrow, and then you'll be all snugand comfortable.<>
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He got a curiosity to go and tastethe beer at a new public-house over the way, and it wos such a wery niceparlour, that he took it into his head to go there every night, whichhe did for a long time, always comin' back reg'lar about a quarter ofan hour afore the gate shut, which was all wery snug and comfortable.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Sam had returned when Mr. Pickwick reached his own room, and wasinspecting the arrangements that had been made for his comfort, with akind of grim satisfaction which was very pleasant to look upon.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Pretty comfortable now, eh, Sam?Pretty vell, sir,' responded Sam, looking round him in a disparagingmanner.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, the place where this discourse occurred was the public-house justopposite to the Insolvent Court; and the person with whom it was heldwas no other than the elder Mr. Weller, who had come there, to comfortand console a friend, whose petition to be discharged under the act,was to be that day heard, and whose attorney he was at that momentconsulting.<>
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Weller remarking, and concluding that theybore some disparaging reference either to herself or to Mr. Stiggins,or to both, was on the point of becoming infinitely worse, when Mr.Stiggins, getting on his legs as well as he could, proceeded todeliver an edifying discourse for the benefit of the company, but moreespecially of Mr. Samuel, whom he adjured in moving terms to be upon hisguard in that sink of iniquity into which he was cast; to abstainfrom all hypocrisy and pride of heart; and to take in all things exactpattern and copy by him (Stiggins), in which case he might calculate onarriving, sooner or later at the comfortable conclusion, that, likehim, he was a most estimable and blameless character, and that allhis acquaintances and friends were hopelessly abandoned and profligatewretches.<>
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What a comfort itmust be, to you, to think how it's been done! This is the Fleet, ma'am.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) But, just when matters were at their height, and threatening to remainso, Mr. Pickwick found a powerful assistant in the old lady, who,evidently much struck by the mode in which he had advocated her niece'scause, ventured to approach Mr. Benjamin Allen with a few comfortingreflections, of which the chief were, that after all, perhaps, it waswell it was no worse; the least said the soonest mended, and upon herword she did not know that it was so very bad after all; what was overcouldn't be begun, and what couldn't be cured must be endured;with various other assurances of the like novel and strengtheningdescription.<>
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"Only, if this is a privateroom specially ordered for the occasion, I should think the public roommust be a VERY comfortable one;" with this, my uncle sat himself down ina high-backed chair, and took such an accurate measure of the gentleman,with his eyes, that Tiggin and Welps could have supplied him withprinted calico for a suit, and not an inch too much or too little, fromthat estimate alone.<>
---------------
As he comforted himself with these reflections, the chaise stopped atthe door of the Old Royal.<>
---------------
They were shown to a comfortableapartment, and Mr. Pickwick at once propounded a question to the waiterconcerning the whereabout of Mr. Winkle's residence.<>
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Nothing else! Have you no opinion to express onthis momentous event in our young friend's life? No assurance to conveyto him, through me, of the continuance of your affection and protection?Nothing to say which will cheer and sustain him, and the anxious girlwho looks to him for comfort and support? My dear Sir, consider.<>
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There's beds here, sir,' said Sam, addressing his master, 'everythingclean and comfortable.<>
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In ten minutes' time, a waiter was laying the clothfor dinner, the curtains were drawn, the fire was blazing brightly,and everything looked (as everything always does, in all decent Englishinns) as if the travellers had been expected, and their comfortsprepared, for days beforehand.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, some demon of discord, flying over the Saracen's Head at thatmoment, on casting down his eyes in mere idle curiosity, happened tobehold Slurk established comfortably by the kitchen fire, and Pottslightly elevated with wine in another room; upon which the maliciousdemon, darting down into the last-mentioned apartment with inconceivablerapidity, passed at once into the head of Mr. Bob Sawyer, and promptedhim for his (the demon's) own evil purpose to speak as follows:--'I say, we've let the fire out.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'It would be particularly comfortable, I think,' replied Mr. Pickwick.<>
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"Veller," she says, "I'm afeeredI've not done by you quite wot I ought to have done; you're a werykind-hearted man, and I might ha' made your home more comfortabler.<>
---------------
It's all for my own good; vich is the reflection vith vichthe penitent school-boy comforted his feelin's ven they flogged him,'rejoined the old gentleman.<>
---------------
We might live very comfortably together now, Mr. Samuel,eh? I could take care of his property when you are away--good care, yousee.<>
---------------
Friendship's a very good thing in its way--we are all veryfriendly and comfortable at the Stump, for instance, over our grog,where every man pays for himself; but damn hurting yourself for anybodyelse, you know! No man should have more than two attachments--the first,to number one, and the second to the ladies; that's what I say--ha! ha!'Mr. Lowten concluded with a loud laugh, half in jocularity, and halfin derision, which was prematurely cut short by the sound of Perker'sfootsteps on the stairs, at the first approach of which, he vaulted onhis stool with an agility most remarkable, and wrote intensely.<>
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He emigrated to America, Sir, inconsequence of being too much sought after here, to be comfortable; andhas never been heard of since.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) When Mr. Pickwick drew in his head again, his countenance was smilingand placid; and, walking quietly back into the office, he declaredthat he had now removed a great weight from his mind, and that he feltperfectly comfortable and happy.<>
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There was only one obstacle to his walking quietly and comfortably away,which was that the door was locked and the key gone.<>
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Wery pleasant and comformable.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I mean an interest in her doing well,' resumed Mr. Pickwick; 'a desirethat she may be comfortable and prosperous.<>
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Supposing I were desirous of establishing them comfortably asman and wife in some little business or situation, where they might hopeto obtain a decent living, what should you think of it, Mr. Weller?'At first, Mr. Weller received with wry faces a proposition involving themarriage of anybody in whom he took an interest; but, as Mr. Pickwickargued the point with him, and laid great stress on the fact that Marywas not a widow, he gradually became more tractable.<>
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Then, that's the wery best reason wy youshould alvays have somebody by you as understands you, to keep you upand make you comfortable.<>
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It can be seen in many aFrench provincial shopkeeper, who pauses at the moment when he mightdevelop into a detestable millionaire and buy a street of shops, to fallback quietly and comfortably on domesticity and dominoes.<>
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I say I was hisconfessor; but, indeed, it was I who went to him for comfort.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) They broke their journey very agreeably in one of the great dales of theWest Riding, dining and sleeping at a comfortable inn, and startingearly next day, began to run along the Northumbrian coast till theyreached a country that was a maze of sand dunes and rank sea meadows,somewhere in the heart of which lay the old Border castle which hadremained so unique and yet so secretive a monument of the old Borderwars.<>
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I doubt whether priests have anything to do with it;I don't even know if he's a convert or merely a man comforting hisconscience with charities; but I'm sure he's something more than a chiefmourner.<>
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aid and comfort
= aiuto e assistenza ,
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all mod cons
= tutti i comfort ,
---------------
be of good comfort
= fatevi animo! ,
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cold comfort
= magra consolazione ,
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cold comforts
= magre consolazioni ,
---------------
creature comforts
= comfort, le comodità materiali ,
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do you feel comfortable
= ti senti a tuo agio? ,
---------------
job's comforter
= chi pretende di confortare e invece scoraggia,
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job's comforters
= quelli che pretendono di confortare e invece scoraggiano,
---------------
modern comfort
= conforti moderni,
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that's cold comfort
= è una magra consolazione ,
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the comforter
= lo spirito santo ,
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Coniugazione:1 - confortare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io conforto
tu conforti
egli conforta
noi confortiamo
voi confortate
essi confortano
Imperfetto
io confortavo
tu confortavi
egli confortava
noi confortavamo
voi confortavate
essi confortavano
Passato remoto
io confortai
tu confortasti
egli confortò
noi confortammo
voi confortaste
essi confortarono
Passato prossimo
io ho confortato
tu hai confortato
egli ha confortato
noi abbiamo confortato
voi avete confortato
essi hanno confortato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo confortato
tu avevi confortato
egli aveva confortato
noi avevamo confortato
voi avevate confortato
essi avevano confortato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi confortato
tu avesti confortato
egli ebbe confortato
noi avemmo confortato
voi eveste confortato
essi ebbero confortato
Futuro semplice
io conforterò
tu conforterai
egli conforterà
noi conforteremo
voi conforterete
essi conforteranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò confortato
tu avrai confortato
egli avrà confortato
noi avremo confortato
voi avrete confortato
essi avranno confortato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io conforti
che tu conforti
che egli conforti
che noi confortiamo
che voi confortiate
che essi confortino
Passato
che io abbia confortato
che tu abbia confortato
che egli abbia confortato
che noi abbiamo confortato
che voi abbiate confortato
che essi abbiano confortato
Imperfetto
che io confortassi
che tu confortassi
che egli confortasse
che noi confortassimo
che voi confortaste
che essi confortassero
Trapassato
che io avessi confortato
che tu avessi confortato
che egli avesse confortato
che noi avessimo confortato
che voi aveste confortato
che essi avessero confortato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io conforterei
tu conforteresti
egli conforterebbe
noi conforteremmo
voi confortereste
essi conforterebbero
Passato
io avrei confortato
tu avresti confortato
egli avrebbe confortato
noi avremmo confortato
voi avreste confortato
essi avrebbero confortato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
conforta
conforti
confortiamo
confortate
confortino
Futuro
-
conforterai
conforterà
conforteremo
conforterete
conforteranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
confortar
Passato
essersi confortato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
confortante
Passato
confortato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
confortando
Passato
avendo confortato
Verb: to comfort-comforted-comforted
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I comfort
you comfort
he/she/it comforts
we comfort
you comfort
they comfort
Simple past
I comforted
you comforted
he/she/it comforted
we comforted
you comforted
they comforted
Simple past
I comforted
you comforted
he/she/it comforted
we comforted
you comforted
they comforted
Present perfect
I have comforted
you have comforted
he/she/it has comforted
we have comforted
you have comforted
they have comforted
Past perfect
I had comforted
you had comforted
he/she/it had comforted
we had comforted
you had comforted
they had comforted
Past perfect
I had comforted
you had comforted
he/she/it had comforted
we had comforted
you had comforted
they had comforted
Simple future
I will comfort
you will comfort
he/she/it will comfort
we will comfort
you will comfort
they will comfort
Future perfect
I will have comforted
you will have comforted
he/she/it will have comforted
we will have comforted
you will have comforted
they will have comforted
Present continuous
I am comforting
you are comforting
he/she/it is comforting
we are comforting
you are comforting
they are comforting
Past simple continuous
I was comforting
you were comforting
he/she/it was comforting
we were comforting
you were comforting
they were comforting
Future continuous
I will be comforting
you will be comforting
he/she/it will be comforting
we will be comforting
you will be comforting
they will be comforting
Future perfect continuous
I will have been comforting
you will have been comforting
he/she/it will have been comforting
we will have been comforting
you will have been comforting
they will have been comforting
Present perfect continuous
I have been comforting
you have been comforting
he/she/it has been comforting
we have been comforting
you have been comforting
they have been comforting
Past perfect continuous
I had been comforting
you had been comforting
he/she/it had been comforting
we had been comforting
you had been comforting
they had been comforting
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I comfort
That you comfort
That he/she/it comfort
That we comfort
That you comfort
That they comfort
Present perfect
That I have comforted
That you have comforted
That he/she/it have comforted
That we have comforted
That you have comforted
That they have comforted
Simple past
That I comforted
That you comforted
That he/she/it comforted
That we comforted
That you comforted
That they comforted
Past perfect
That I had comforted
That you had comforted
That he/she/it had comforted
That we had comforted
That you had comforted
That they had comforted
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would comfort
you would comfort
we would comfort
we would comfort
you would comfort
they would comfort
Past
I would have comforted
you would have comforted
he/she/it would have comforted
we would have comforted
you would have comforted
they would have comforted
Present continous
I would be comforting
you would be comforting
we would be comforting
we would be comforting
you would be comforting
they would be comforting
Past continous
I would have been comforting
you would have been comforting
he/she/it would have been comforting
we would have been comforting
you would have been comforting
they would have been comforting
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me comfort
comfort
let him comfort
let us comfort
comfort
let them comfort
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to comfort
Past
to have comforted
Present continous
to be comforting
Perfect continous
to have been comforting
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
comforting
Past
comforted
Perfect
having comforted
Affermative - GERUND
Present
comforting
Past
having comforted
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not comfort
you do not comfort
he/she/it does not comforts
we do not comfort
you do not comfort
they do not comfort
Simple past
I did not comfort
you did not comfort
he/she/it did not comfort
we did not comfort
you did not comfort
they did not comfort
Simple past
I did not comfort
you did not comfort
he/she/it did not comfort
we did not comfort
you did not comfort
they did not comfort
Present perfect
I have not comforted
you have not comforted
he/she/it has not comforted
we have not comforted
you have not comforted
they have not comforted
Past perfect
I had not comforted
you had not comforted
he/she/it had not comforted
we had not comforted
you had not comforted
they had not comforted
Past perfect
I had not comforted
you had not comforted
he/she/it had not comforted
we had not comforted
you had not comforted
they had not comforted
Simple future
I will not comfort
you will not comfort
he/she/it will not comfort
we will not comfort
you will not comfort
they will not comfort
Future perfect
I will not have comforted
you will not have comforted
he/she/it will not have comforted
we will not have comforted
you will not have comforted
they will not have comforted
Present continuous
I am not comforting
you are not comforting
he/she/it is not comforting
we are not comforting
you are not comforting
they are not comforting
Past simple continuous
I was not comforting
you were not comforting
he/she/it was not comforting
we were not comforting
you were not comforting
they were not comforting
Future continuous
I will not be comforting
you will not be comforting
he/she/it will not be comforting
we will not be comforting
you will not be comforting
they will not be comforting
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been comforting
you will not have been comforting
he/she/it will not have been comforting
we will not have been comforting
you will not have been comforting
they will not have been comforting
Present perfect continuous
I have not been comforting
you have not been comforting
he/she/it has not been comforting
we have not been comforting
you have not been comforting
they have not been comforting
Past perfect continuous
I had not been comforting
you had not been comforting
he/she/it had not been comforting
we had not been comforting
you had not been comforting
they had not been comforting
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not comfort
That you do not comfort
That he/she/it does not comfort
That we do not comfort
That you do not comfort
That they do not comfort
Present perfect
That I have not comforted
That you have not comforted
That he/she/it have not comforted
That we have not comforted
That you have not comforted
That they have not comforted
Simple past
That I did not comfort
That you did not comfort
That he/she/it did not comfort
That we did not comfort
That you did not comfort
That they did not comfort
Past perfect
That I had not comforted
That you had not comforted
That he/she/it had not comforted
That we had not comforted
That you had not comforted
That they had not comforted
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not comfort
you would not comfort
we would not comfort
we would not comfort
you would not comfort
they would not comfort
Past
I would not have comforted
you would not have comforted
he/she/it would not have comforted
we would not have comforted
you would not have comforted
they would not have comforted
Present continous
I would not be comforting
you would not be comforting
we would not be comforting
we would not be comforting
you would not be comforting
they would not be comforting
Past continous
I would not have been comforting
you would not have been comforting
he/she/it would not have been comforting
we would not have been comforting
you would not have been comforting
they would not have been comforting
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me comfort
do not comfort
do not let him comfort
do not let us comfort
do not comfort
do not let them comfort
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to comfort
Past
not to have comforted
Present continous
not to be comforting
Perfect continous
not to have been comforting
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not comforting
Past
not comforted
Perfect
not having comforted
Negative - GERUND
Present
not comforting
Past
not having comforted
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I comfort ?
do you comfort ?
does she/he/it comforts ?
do we comfort ?
do you comfort ?
do they comfort ?
Simple past
did I comfort ?
did you comfort ?
did she/he/it comfort ?
did we comfort ?
did you comfort ?
did they comfort ?
Simple past
did I comfort ?
did you comfort ?
did she/he/it comfort ?
did we comfort ?
did you comfort ?
did they comfort ?
Present perfect
have I comforted ?
have you comforted ?
has she/he/it comforted ?
have we comforted ?
have you comforted ?
have they comforted ?
Past perfect
had I comforted ?
had you comforted ?
had she/he/it comforted ?
had we comforted ?
had you comforted ?
had they comforted ?
Past perfect
had I comforted ?
had you comforted ?
had she/he/it comforted ?
had we comforted ?
had you comforted ?
had they comforted ?
Simple future
will I comfort ?
will you comfort ?
will she/he/it comfort ?
will we comfort ?
will you comfort ?
will they comfort ?
Future perfect
will I have comforted ?
will you have comforted ?
will she/he/it have comforted ?
will we have comforted ?
will you have comforted ?
will they have comforted ?
Present continuous
am I comforting ?
are you comforting ?
is she/he/it comforting ?
are we comforting ?
are you comforting ?
are they comforting ?
Past simple continuous
was I comforting ?
were you comforting ?
was she/he/it comforting ?
were we comforting ?
were you comforting ?
were they comforting ?
Future continuous
will I be comforting ?
will you be comforting ?
will she/he/it be comforting ?
will we be comforting ?
will you be comforting ?
will they be comforting ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been comforting ?
will you have been comforting ?
will she/he/it have been comforting ?
will we have been comforting ?
will you have been comforting ?
will they have been comforting ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been comforting ?
have you been comforting ?
has she/he/it been comforting ?
have we been comforting ?
have you been comforting ?
have they been comforting ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been comforting ?
had you been comforting ?
had she/he/it been comforting ?
had we been comforting ?
had you been comforting ?
had they been comforting ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I comfort ?
That do you comfort ?
That does she/he/it comfort ?
That do we comfort ?
That do you comfort ?
That do they comfort ?
Present perfect
That have I comforted ?
That have you comforted ?
That have she/he/it comforted ?
That have we comforted ?
That have you comforted ?
That have they comforted ?
Simple past
That did I comfort ?
That did you comfort ?
That did she/he/it comfort ?
That did we comfort ?
That did you comfort ?
That did they comfort ?
Past perfect
That had I comforted ?
That had you comforted ?
That had she/he/it comforted ?
That had we comforted ?
That had you comforted ?
That had they comforted ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I comfort ?
would you comfort ?
would she/he/it comfort ?
would we comfort ?
would you comfort ?
would they comfort ?
Past
would I have comforted?
would you have comforted?
would she/he/it have comforted?
would we have comforted?
would you have comforted?
would they have comforted?
Present continous
would I be comforting ?
would you be comforting ?
would she/he/it be comforting ?
would we be comforting ?
would you be comforting ?
would they be comforting ?
Past continous
would I have been comforting?
would you have been comforting?
would she/he/it have been comforting?
would we have been comforting?
would you have been comforting?
would they have been comforting?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not comfort ?
do you not comfort ?
does she/he/it not comforts ?
do we not comfort ?
do you not comfort ?
do they not comfort ?
Simple past
did I not comfort ?
did you not comfort ?
did she/he/it not comfort ?
did we not comfort ?
did you not comfort ?
did they not comfort ?
Simple past
did I not comfort ?
did you not comfort ?
did she/he/it not comfort ?
did we not comfort ?
did you not comfort ?
did they not comfort ?
Present perfect
have I not comforted ?
have you not comforted ?
has she/he/it not comforted ?
have we not comforted ?
have you not comforted ?
have they not comforted ?
Past perfect
had I not comforted ?
had you not comforted ?
had she/he/it not comforted ?
had we not comforted ?
had you not comforted ?
had they not comforted ?
Past perfect
had I not comforted ?
had you not comforted ?
had she/he/it not comforted ?
had we not comforted ?
had you not comforted ?
had they not comforted ?
Simple future
will I not comfort ?
will you not comfort ?
will she/he/it not comfort ?
will we not comfort ?
will you not comfort ?
will they not comfort ?
Future perfect
will I not have comforted ?
will you not have comforted ?
will she/he/it not have comforted ?
will we not have comforted ?
will you not have comforted ?
will they not have comforted ?
Present continuous
am I not comforting ?
are you not comforting ?
is she/he/it not comforting ?
are we not comforting ?
are you not comforting ?
are they not comforting ?
Past simple continuous
was I not comforting ?
were you not comforting ?
was she/he/it not comforting ?
were we not comforting ?
were you not comforting ?
were they not comforting ?
Future continuous
will I not be comforting ?
will you not be comforting ?
will she/he/it not be comforting ?
will we not be comforting ?
will you not be comforting ?
will they not be comforting ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been comforting ?
will you not have been comforting ?
will she/he/it not have been comforting ?
will we not have been comforting ?
will you not have been comforting ?
will they not have been comforting ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been comforting ?
have you not been comforting ?
has she/he/it not been comforting ?
have we not been comforting ?
have you not been comforting ?
have they not been comforting ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been comforting ?
had you not been comforting ?
had she/he/it not been comforting ?
had we not been comforting ?
had you not been comforting ?
had they not been comforting ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not comfort ?
That do you not comfort ?
That does she/he/it not comfort ?
That do we not comfort ?
That do you not comfort ?
That do they not comfort ?
Present perfect
That have I not comforted ?
That have you not comforted ?
That have she/he/it not comforted ?
That have we not comforted ?
That have you not comforted ?
That have they not comforted ?
Simple past
That did I not comfort ?
That did you not comfort ?
That did she/he/it not comfort ?
That did we not comfort ?
That did you not comfort ?
That did they not comfort ?
Past perfect
That had I not comforted ?
That had you not comforted ?
That had she/he/it not comforted ?
That had we not comforted ?
That had you not comforted ?
That had they not comforted ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not comfort ?
would you not comfort ?
would she/he/it not comfort ?
would we not comfort ?
would you not comfort ?
would they not comfort ?
Past
would I not have comforted?
would you not have comforted?
would she/he/it not have comforted?
would we not have comforted?
would you not have comforted?
would they not have comforted?
Present continous
would I not be comforting ?
would you not be comforting ?
would she/he/it not be comforting ?
would we not be comforting ?
would you not be comforting ?
would they not be comforting ?
Past continous
would I not have been comforting?
would you not have been comforting?
would she/he/it not have been comforting?
would we not have been comforting?
would you not have been comforting?
would they not have been comforting?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present