Associations to the word «Pillow»
PILLOW, noun. A soft cushion used to support the head in bed.
PILLOW, noun. (geology) A pillow lava.
PILLOW, noun. (engineering) A piece of metal or wood, forming a support to equalize pressure; a brass; a pillow block.
PILLOW, noun. (nautical) A block under the inner end of a bowsprit.
PILLOW, noun. A kind of plain, coarse fustian.
PILLOW, verb. (transitive) To rest as on a pillow.
PILLOW BLOCK, noun. A metal block for supporting a rotating shaft; a bearing
PILLOW BOX, noun. A long, curved giftbox made of card, resembling a pillow in shape.
PILLOW BOXES, noun. Plural of pillow box
PILLOW CASE, noun. A sheet for covering a pillow
PILLOW CASES, noun. Plural of pillow case
PILLOW FIGHT, noun. A play fight that involves hitting others with pillows.
PILLOW FIGHTS, noun. Plural of pillow fight
PILLOW LACE, noun. Hand-made lace wrought with bobbins upon a lace pillow.
PILLOW LAVA, noun. (geology) (uncountable) The rock type, resembling pillows, typically formed when lava emerges from an underwater volcanic vent or a lava flow enters the ocean.
PILLOW LAVA, noun. (geology) (countable) A rock of that type.
PILLOW LAVAS, noun. Plural of pillow lava
PILLOW PRINCESS, noun. (slang) A woman who wants to receive sexual pleasure but is not interested in giving it.
PILLOW PRINCESSES, noun. Plural of pillow princess
PILLOW TALK, noun. (idiomatic) conversation shared by bedmates, particularly intimate conversation after or before sexual intercourse.
PILLOW, noun. A cushion to support the head of a sleeping person.
PILLOW, verb. Rest on or as if on a pillow; "pillow your head".
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