• arrive (v.) reach a destination


- we arrived at his house and knocked at the door.




  • depart (v.) leave, especially in order to start a journey


- they departed for Italy.




  • comfort (n.) a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint


- We can comfort ourselves with the thought that the worst is over.




  • disturb (v.) to interrupt someone and stop them from continuing what they were doing


- I didn't want to disturb you in the middle of a meeting.




  • specific (adj. & n.) clearly defined or identified


- You have to enter the information in a specific order.