Another word for comfortable
In a state of ease
contented, content, easy, relaxed, at ease, at rest, untroubled, rested, cheerful, happy, enjoying, pleased, satisfied, complacent, placid, tranquil, soothed, relieved, restored, healthy, free from pain, in comfort, at home, in one's element, without care, free from want, well off, well-to-do, affluent, prosperous, cared for, snug as a bug in a rug*; see also rich 1, satisfied.
Conducive to comfort or ease
snug, cozy, restful, satisfactory, commodious, sheltered, convenient, protected, homey, homelike, lived-in, agreeable, pleasant, suitable, useful, roomy, spacious, palatial, fit to live in, well-made, luxurious, rich, satisfying, warm, balmy, soft, cushioned, easy, comfy*, cushy*, fit for a king*; see also pleasant 2.
comfortable implies the absence of disturbing, painful, or distressing features and, in a positive sense, stresses ease, contentment, or freedom from care a comfortable climate; cozy suggests such comfort as might be derived from shelter against storm or cold a cozy nook by the fire; snug is used of something that is small and compact, but just large enough to provide ease and comfort, and often also carries connotations of coziness a snug apartment; restful is applied to that which promotes relaxation and freedom from stress restful music
Another word for comfortableadjective
Affording pleasurable ease:cozy, easeful, easy, snug. (Informal) comfy, soft. See good
Being what is needed without being in excess:adequate, competent, decent, enough, satisfactory, sufficient. See excess
Enjoying steady good fortune or financial security:easy, prosperous, well-heeled, well-off, well-to-do. (Informal) well-fixed. Idioms: comfortably off, in clover, on easy street. See rich, thrive