Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Middle English forms of pillow.

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Examples

  • "Vell, if mens iss madt dere, vy dondt you go pelow?"

    Boy Scouts in a Submarine : or, Searching an Ocean Floor

  • "It is you dot will get der sack -- der sack from dis life here pelow!"

    Life's Handicap

  • "But she shall not go pelow now," said the young gillie, looking down at the smooth, glassy current.

    Three Boys or the Chiefs of the Clan Mackhai

  • "Ay, but like all things here pelow," remarked Ian Anderson, who possessed in a high degree the faculty of disputation, "it's not likely to last long."

    The Eagle Cliff

  • “I go to ze wall, ant will leap down, pot zere is vater pelow, ant I will not spoil my last tressing, so I go to ze gate.

    Boyhood

  • "I gives you my word, poys, dot it seemed I was on der top of a mountain, mit a fine chance my pones to preak on der rocks pelow.

    Boy Scouts on a Long Hike Or, To the Rescue in the Black Water Swamps

  • "I go to ze wall, ant will leap down, pot zere is vater pelow, ant I will not spoil my last tressing, so I go to ze gate.

    Boyhood

  • How should she pe seeing with all ta earth apove her -- and ta cravestone too tat I know my poy Malcolm will pe laying on ta top of his old cranfather to keep him waarm, and let peoples pe know tat ta plind piper will be lying town pelow wite awake and fery uncomfortable? "

    Malcolm

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