Simple past tense and past participle of comfort. (verb)
Examples of word comforted
Must I be comforted, not in his sphere] I cannot be united with him and move in the same _sphere_, but _must be comforted_ at a distance by the _radiance_ that shoots _on all sides_ from him.
But the worst of it is, that in such afflictions as yours is, the idea of ever becoming comforted is altogether loathsome, and so, my darling, I can do you no good.
Your choir-preaching was a form of feel-good masturbation, and you could remain comforted by the fact that the people who didn’t get your obscure message were idiots who you didn’t want on your side anyway.
"Let Me Down Easy" is a phrase that comforted Joel Siegel, the ABC film critic who died of cancer in 2007.
I was reminded of the time I truly understood what Robert Frost meant when he said "I have been one acquainted with the night" and how that phrase comforted me.