Comfort (disambiguation)

Comfort may refer to:

  • Comfort (album), by the rock group Failure
  • Comfort (fabric softener)
  • Comfort Air, German airline
  • Comfort food
  • Comfort noise, artificial background noise used in radio and wireless communications to fill the silent time in a transmission
  • Comfort object, an object used to provide psychological comfort
  • Comfort women, a euphemism for women who were forced to work as sex slaves in Japanese-occupied countries during World War II
  • Comfort zone, the term used to denote a type of mental conditioning resulting in artificially created mental boundaries, within which an individual derives a sense of security
  • Southern Comfort, an alcoholic drink made with peaches
  • Thermal comfort, a field of specialization in building indoor environment
  • Toyota Comfort, a taxicab popular in Japan and Hong Kong
  • Comfort definition, Comfort notably in sitting position
  • Comfort, a taxi company under ComfortDelGro.
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