- com|fort|less «KUHM fuhrt lihs», adjective.1. bringing no comfort or ease of mind: »
comfortless words.2. having none of the comforts of life: »
a comfortless room.–com´fort|less|ly, adverb.–com´fort|less|ness, noun.
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