Recomfort

Related to Recomfort: Reconfort, reassuring

Re`com´fort


v. t.1.To comfort again; to console anew; to give new strength to.
Gan her recomfort from so sad affright.
- Spenser.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So having said, as one from sad dismay Recomforted, and after thoughts disturbd Submitting to what seemd remediless, Thus in calme mood his Words to EVE he turnd.
O Sely Ankir, that in thi selle, Iclosed art with stoon and gost not out, Thou maist ben gladder so forto dwelle Then y with wanton wandryng bus abowt That haue me pikid amongis be rowt An endless woo withouten recomfort, That of my poore lijf y stonde in dowt.
Thus did the courteous Knight excuse his blame, And to recomfort him, all comely meanes did frame.