from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of pouf.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Anything rounded and soft.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. thick cushion used as a seat
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If so, then this 'Miss Rio' ottoman (or 'pouffe' to some of us) will look weirdly familiar.
The seat can also be removed from the underframe for use as a pouffe.
The LaRousse dictionary says a puf is a puffe or pouffe.
The Cube is for people who PVR then series-link Hole In The Wall, then need to Stain Devil urine out of their pouffe because Joe Swash was knocked into a paddling pool wearing a Bacofoil catsuit while imitating the Pharaoh Rameses.
The former Labour Home Secretary claimed for a £199 pouffe, a £370 armchair and an £899 sofa.
Anyway, Oscar gets a little pair of round squidgy things, something between a hoof and a pouffe.
The Point collection also includes an island version, with a wider base that offers more space for objects, together with or instead of a bedside table, and a triangular pouffe.
So my dad was reduced to watching television sitting on the pouffe, with the cat in his chair.
She was sitting on a gunmetal-gray velvet pouffe, feeling uncomfortable.
I was thinking about the time Kirst and I, in a History lesson, were talking about when we were little and all the pictures in our colouring books were coloured in using either a brown or green crayon because they were the only ones we could ever find in the pouffe.