Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pouffe.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In the Zarbia souk men in flowing jalabas hawk carpets, pouffes, babouches the popular heelless leather slippers and brocades.

    Richard Bangs: Why Would Anyone Bomb Jemaa El F'na Square in Marrakesh?

  • The wool for her Nos Da collection was specially spun and dyed in England, then woven in Wales using a traditional double-cloth weaving technique that makes the fabric substantially chunkier than others pouffes from £ 429.

    Taking Chalet Chic to the City

  • This longing to cocoon in front of a fireplace is partly the inspiration behind Scottish, Royal College of Art-trained designer Donna Wilson's collection of bright hand-knitted pouffes, blankets and cushions for SCP www.scp.co.uk , a furniture manufacturer and retailer in London.

    Taking Chalet Chic to the City

  • The pouffes in the images below come from Christien Meindertsma.

    Bathroom Fixtures from Toto, Oriental Charm at its Modern Best

  • That explains bedsit land and how pouffes are made … … ….

    shakespeare & co

  • Bonnet pouffes are available in various shapes and sizes with removable knitted covers.

    The Bonnet Collection from Casalis

  • The lack of transparency has kept out of MPs' minds the person who would pick up the bill for their pouffes, swimming pool boilers and horse manure: the tax-payer.

    MPs expenses: the Speaker and the police

  • The trimming job was really extreme, which is supposedly good for the trees, but they ended up looking like poodles who had been shorn of everything but a few pouffes on their tail and ears.

    Palm Trees Poodle Cut

  • Ron emerged from the trapdoor, looked around carefully, spotted Harry and made directly for him, or as directly as he could while having to wend his way between tables, chairs and overstuffed pouffes.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • There were numerous, if uncoordinated, sticks of furniture - two well-worn settees, a couple of dining chairs, trellis table, half a dozen pouffes, burst at the seams and oozing stuffing - and, most surprising of all, the electricity was connected.

    Hide And Seek

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