from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small box for pills.
- n. A woman's small hat with upright sides and a flat crown.
- n. A low-roofed concrete emplacement for a machine gun or antitank gun.
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- n. A small box in which pills are kept.
- n. A flat, concrete gun emplacement.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small round woman's hat
- n. a small enclosed gun emplacement (usually of fortified concrete)
- n. a small case for holding pills
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She complains in pillbox about not being able to sit down and her hands getting clammy.
This little princess was taken to a rather special old pillbox which is being kitted out as a Hilton for Bats.
Even though hospitals legally need to dispense medications from their own pharmacy through their own personnel, the pillbox is a great help to make sure the sick person doesn’t miss any pills while waiting to be processed into a room.
On three of my assignments (one involving 48 hours in a very cramped "pillbox" watchtower), the commanding officers were 19-year-old girls.
In a two-year experiment at Fort Collins, he collected the emissions using static vented chambers, similar to small "pillbox" structures placed over the soil.
My patent leather overnight case like a black pillbox
The study found many parents lacked a calendar, pillbox, chalkboard or other reminder tool.
She's wearing a long emerald green dress and a reddish brown pillbox hat.
Kennedy continued with the suggestion despite Terenzio's protests, proposing that they "have her in a pillbox hat, sitting on a stack of books."
This is a car that's legally a motorbike, opens up like a pillbox and comes with the warning that in moderate winds or at speeds above 30 mph it can get "blown about."