Noun: A fart that relieves tension and makes one feel more at ease; a comforting fart.
The comfart during the big test was relieving for her.
by cheddarz October 24, 2010
To eventually relieve wind after holding it in, in polite company, for quite some time.
The first thing I did as I got off the plane from New York was to make myself comfartible.
by Sharksie March 29, 2022
The point in a relationship when one or both parties are comfortable farting in front of eachother.
Adam dumped Eva when she was comfartable well before he was.
by Lotuschef August 12, 2015
The feeling in a relationship where you are comfortable enough to fart in front of your significant other; content with smelling a significant other's gaseous exhaust.
Honey, I've finally become totally comfartable with you.
by Rach to the el July 24, 2008
When you are comfortable enough around someone to flatulate.
Jorga was comfartable around Luke by now, and she was happy about that. But Luke wasn't. comfartable comfart
by Boobals November 7, 2013
- to be in a comfortable position to break wind
- to find a position which relieves gastro-intestinal discomfort caused by trapped wind
- the act of relieving such discomfort by breaking wind
Conor was suffering a bad case of wind. He had to get comfartable before he continued his meal.
Nita made herself comfartable, and relieved the pressure of wind in her gut.
by kelvinsdrift October 20, 2010
1. Miss-spelling of the word comfortable

2. When you're comfortable farting in front of someone.
"Our relationship is at that comfartable stage."
by ComfyG August 21, 2011