Definitions and Examples of spacious, roomy, comfortable
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having ample space or room; large in area or extent.
The new apartment is spacious enough to accommodate all our furniture.
Having plenty of space; not cramped or confined.
The car's trunk is roomy enough to fit all our luggage.
Providing physical ease and relaxation; free from stress or discomfort.
The couch is so comfortable that I could fall asleep on it.
Key Differences: spacious vs roomy vs comfortable
- 1Spacious refers to having ample space or room, while roomy means not cramped or confined.
- 2Comfortable refers to providing physical ease and relaxation, while discommodious means causing inconvenience or discomfort.
Effective Usage of spacious, roomy, comfortable
- 1Housing: Use spacious and roomy to describe apartments, houses, or rooms with ample space.
- 2Travel: Use roomy to describe cars, buses, or airplanes with enough space for passengers and their luggage.
- 3Furniture: Use comfortable to describe sofas, chairs, or beds that provide physical ease and relaxation.
The antonyms of discommodious are spacious, roomy, and comfortable. Use these words to describe housing, travel, and furniture that provide ample space, physical ease, and relaxation.