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  • adj. Resembling a pillow: soft and fluffy

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Like a pillow.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Like a pillow; soft; yielding.


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pillow +‎ -y


  • No surprise, the food is killer, namely pillowy basil gnocchi with a rich short rib ragù and spaghetti fra diavolo with lots of lobster and shrimp.

    Eater National

  • The cheese was bubbling quietly and the crust so fluffy and 'pillowy'.

    A Fall Soiree - Man vs. the Wood Fire Beast

  • I have another who is tall with long legs, a beautiful face and the kind of pillowy lips people spend thousands of dollars on injections for, and yet it's her hips that are the problem.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • Piece for piece, the Wockenfuss candies are slightly larger, denser, and less "pillowy" than Rheb's:


  • Later, when everything was over, when we talked about this moment, we all agreed that we wanted so badly to bury our noses into the space between her pillowy breasts and inhale deeply.


  • It makes the waffles with the deepest ridges of any model we tested, and any sides where there's a shortage of batter become crisp, pillowy nubs rather than limp edges.

    Waffle Makers

  • Sweet of face, with beautiful eyes, she has pillowy arms and fat legs in Addidas warm ups.

    Rodeo Days

  • And, finally, you spoon it all into a baking dish, cover it with cheese, and slide it into a hot oven so the top of the dip toasts, leaving you with a crisp veil over the pillowy dip.

    Double Dip: Fennel, White Bean & Caramelized Onion

  • Few bumpers now sold are the pillowy types that raise the most concerns.

    Crib bumpers present risk and little likely benefit, safety advocates say

  • This pillowy soft assemblage of candidates has abandoned the hawkish, hyper-masculine, pro-torture rhetoric of the 2008 presidential campaign.

    Mark Cassello: 4000 Babies: GOP Fecundity and the 2012 Election


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