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  • v. Present participle of pillow.


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  • One arm sank to the shoulder, pillowing his cheek in the slush.


  • Nick was asleep on the sofa, one elbow pillowing his head, long legs hooked over one of the sofa arms.

    The Demons Covenant

  • Once again they ended up in the most comfortable position they could find, with him on his back with his arm around her and his chest pillowing her head.


  • He leaned against me, pillowing his head on my leg, and kenned me a contented little hum.

    Ancient, Strange, and Lovely

  • The big Buick sedan was upside down on the shoulder, its headlights pillowing out into an alfalfa field, its radio blaring corny country music into the black of night.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • Valmont reclined in his chair, pillowing his hands behind his head as he chattered with Theobold, but he snapped to attention when Lord Havelock swept into the room.


  • Walleye lay at his side, his forepaws pillowing his old yellow head.

    Vermilion Drift

  • How far will you have to stand away and is there any visible pillowing?

    food-o-grafie #1 – My camera(s) « Were rabbits

  • His arms pillowing his head, he lay beneath the echo circles of the bats and wondered about the former occupants of the caves.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Ice shifted to her side, pillowing her head on his chest, gripping her tighter.

    Possess Me At Midnight


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