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  • n. Plural form of pillowcase.


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  • I got satin pillowcases to help my curly hair not look horrendous in the morning, and eventually just gave in to the entire sheet/duvet idea.

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  • The new place tucks socks away in pillowcases, evidently.

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  • Some people who have overcome sleep problems, have thought that the use of natural, non-dyed cloth for sheets and pillowcases, is helpful.

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  • It's true that he travels with fuchsia satin pillowcases his mother made, a few stuffed animals and scented candles to enhance his environment for breathing exercises. - Transcendental dedication

  • The pillowcases are a standard sized (20x30) polyester and cotton blend.

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  • "… Shortly after you dropped off the pillowcases, we had a family with three little boys who were facing eviction and the pillowcases were a big delight in their lives," reads the letter from a Pennsylvania community action staff.


  • “Let’s take our stuff,” Crystal said, referring to the pillowcases of clothing.

    The Runaways

  • My Biddle is possessive and affectionate with the most soothingly sweet scent and lovely texture…there’s something about old-fashioned feather pillows and the smooth high-count Eyptian cotton pillowcases which is so comforting that just doesn’t exist with foam pillows and poly fabrics.

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  • But the closest the accommodations seemed to come to acknowledging the prince's royal blood were pillowcases monogrammed with the initials JCB.

    The Prince's Pillows

  • However, Mr. Steinbock added that monogrammed pillowcases are actually a courtesy the Carlyle provides many regular guests, not just royalty.

    The Prince's Pillows


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