Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a pillow.

Etymologies

pillow +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • He picked up one of the largest and laid it, pillowlike, over the place where Dobby's head now rested.

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

  • “I always wanted to ride in one of these,” said Guma, sinking back contentedly into the pillowlike upholstery.

    Enemy Within

  • Skif squinted; Kalchan was a monolithic silhouette against the smoky light from the open kitchen door, narrower at the top and swiftly widening where shoulders would be on an ordinary human, his only distinguishing characteristics from neck to knee being a pair of pillowlike arms and the fat bulging in rolls over his waistband.

    Take A Thief

  • She apparently had twisted legs, no neck, and enormous, pillowlike breasts.

    Owlflight

  • She fell back onto the mound of soft, pillowlike plants and closed her eyes, as if she were lying on a mound of hay.

    Mosaic

  • The hood swelled into a pillowlike collar, upbearing his head as the rest of the garment floated his body.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • I slid them under, to make her head more pillowlike on the stones.

    Michael O'Halloran

  • On a pillowlike doll no bigger than Paisley's baby sister is a picture of their father in his Army uniform.

    The Seattle Times

  • Operation Hug-a-Hero helps kids cope when parents are off to war While mothers and fathers are away, serving in the military, some children are finding comfort in pillowlike dolls decorated with their photos.

    The Seattle Times

  • When the pillowlike, gel-filled discs snuggled between each of your 33 vertebrae are plump and cushiony, your back is a much happier camper.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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