Synonyms for Comfort:

n.

succor, put someone at (their) ease, support, talk down, tranquilize, put/set someone's mind at ease/at rest, defuse, encouragement. breather, retreat, time out, quietude, break, breathing space. harmony, high ground, freedom, paradise, the good life. aid (noun)
succor.
aid, help (noun)
encouragement, solace, pity, consolation, support, compassion, sympathy.
bed of roses (noun)
the good life.
calmness (noun)
equanimity, peace, equilibrium, control, self-possession, composure, cool head.
comfort (noun)
consolation, solace, soothe, ease, comfortableness, console.
condolence (noun)
condolence, sympathy, reassurance, commiseration.
consolation (noun)
compassion, pity.
contentment (noun)
peace of mind, serenity, satisfaction, contentment, snugness, complacency, easy-goingness.
good feeling; ease (noun)
luxury, complacency, sufficiency, creature comforts, convenience, warmth, abundance, snugness, peacefulness, pleasure, quiet, poise, assuagement, contentment, cheerfulness, alleviation, satisfaction, happiness, succor, gratification, plenty, well-being, enjoyment, relief.
pity (noun)
sympathy.
relief (noun)
assuagement, mildness, appeasement, consolation, remedy, solace, easement, alleviation, mercy, cure, relief, respite, help, aid.
state (noun)
comfortableness.
support (noun)
support.

v.

aid (verb)
support.
benefit (verb)
advantage.
body (verb)
ease.
console (verb)
commiserate, sympathize, reassure.
emotion (verb)
console, soothe, solace.
make to feel better (verb)
help, soothe, calm, sympathize, aid, alleviate, remedy, console, assuage, ease, mitigate, reassure, relieve.
relieve (verb)
assuage, ease, console, appease, lull, alleviate, relieve.
soothe (verb)
mollify, soothe, pacify, placate, quiet, subdue, calm, hush.

Other synonyms:

defuse, time out, high ground, quietude, tranquilize, the good life, breather, breathing space. luxury, prosperity, talk down, privilege, lessen, palliate. harmony. retreat. break. enjoyment
pleasure.
lighten
lighten.

Usage examples for comfort

  1. The first woman that ever said, or that ever thought so of me, that's my comfort thought I! – Clarissa, Volume 5 (of 9) by Samuel Richardson
  2. I think nobody can lose a penny- that is my one comfort – Stories of Authors, British and American by Edwin Watts Chubb
  3. Still there was not much comfort in that thought, after all. – The Intriguers by William Le Queux