What is the difference between comfortable and convenient? Can we call them synonyms?
I see it differently.
Something comfortable gives comfort - an armchair, a pair of shoes etc
Sth convenient suits one's time and needs - a convenient time-table, bus-stop, terms etc.
I only wonder if there are any cases when they're interchangeable.
Surely depends on context :
That's a comfortable chair to sit in and watch tv.
That's a convenient chair to sit in to answer the phone.
Humble's definitions seem to fit the bill.
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Are you comfortable with that?
Is that convenient?
Same meaning but you cannot interchange the words
Is that chair comfortable, yes but it would be more convenient near the window.