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n. often creature comforts
Something, such as food and warmth, that contributes to physical comfort: "In World War I, creature comforts were cherished even more than comradeship and unit loyalties" (Stanley Weintraub).
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material things or luxuries that help to provide for one's bodily comfort
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things that contribute to bodily comfort and ease of mind, as food, warmth, or sleeping facilities.
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|Noun||1.||creature comforts - things that make you comfortable and at ease; "all the comforts of home"|
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creature comfortsnpl → comodità fpl
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