- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pillow.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Provided with a pillow or pillows; having the head resting on, or as on, a pillow.
“Avoid slopes today with tell-tale signs of loading such as pillowed drifts or a more cohesive texture.”
“She wept in the loneliness of the all-too-spacious bed, strove to forget Billy's incomprehensible cruelty, even pillowed her cheek with numb fondness against the bruise of her arm; but still resentment burned within her, a steady flame of protest against”
“Woman as storm, as a weather front, as tornado, hurricane, twin dark boobs like the pillowed chaos of clouds, thunderheads, crashing against the shirt she wears, my shirt, my favorite shirt.”
“Instead they sit or lie stretched out on the pillowed platforms as though lost in dreams.”
“His cheek was pillowed restfully in the ooze, and on his face there was an expression of content.”
“The new Pixel Bed by Olivieri main feature is an awesome pillowed headboard.”
“All the car was singing a score of songs at once, and Bert, his head pillowed on Mary's breast with her arms around him, started "On the Banks of the Wabash.”
“I had said good-bye to him that morning, lounging in a dressing-gown on the be-pillowed window couch and delivering himself of oracular and pessimistic epigrams.”
“Can I not understand how that splendid fighting animal, Antony, quartered the globe with his sword and pillowed his head between the slim breasts of Egyptian Cleopatra while that hard-won world crashed to wrack and ruin?”
“Nordic stewardesses watching to see us safe they pillowed me to sleep”
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