Body roll suppression usually conflicts with ride comfort, because the former requires stiffer spring and dampers while the latter is opposite. Nevertheless, clever suspension geometry may improve body roll without altering the ride.
Suspensions are employed to deal with humps in the road surface helping to enhance ride comfort. When a car rides over a hump, the springs are compressed, storing the energy to provide shock absorption.
The energy will be released quickly when the springs bounce back. Dampers are employed to smooth and slow the bounce motion, which is called "damping".
Without dampers, the car will bounce up and down severely and quickly, and potentially provide an uncomfortable ride.