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Answer for the clue "Thick cushion used as a seat", 6 letters:
pouffe

Alternative clues for the word pouffe

Footstool

Word definitions for pouffe in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ After hitching her cover more firmly round her shoulders she made up the smouldering fire and sat on the pouffe . ▪ He was sitting on a pouffe to the side of the fire. ▪ Kate puts her suitcase down on a green plastic-covered...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pouf \Pouf\, Pouffe \Pouffe\(p[=oo]f), n. [Written also pouff .] [F. pouf. Cf. Puff , n.] Lit., a puff; specif.: A soft cushion, esp. one circular in shape and not, like a pillow, of bag form, or thin at the edges. A piece of furniture like an ottoman,...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (alternative form of pouf English)

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. thick cushion used as a seat [syn: ottoman , pouf , puff , hassock ]

Usage examples of pouffe.

He pulled out the pouffe and sat on it with them propped on his knees.

Willie sat back on the pouffe and traced his finger over the pictures.

Tom handed him a towel, and after he had dried himself and had his hair rubbed and combed and had put his pyjamas on, he sat down on the pouffe by the armchair while Tom sat ready to tell him a story.

Sammy flopped down by the pouffe and Will plonked himself down beside him.

Ruby Lou and Boone, who were seated on a pouffe made of a large eraser.

When I came back from the kitchen she was sitting cross-legged on a tooled leather pouffe, brooding over the ivory and ebony chessboard.

And when he brushed his hand across the little frilly skirt the boy wore and lifted it just enough to see how beautiful and hairless and dusky-hued was the endowment beneath, there was nothing else in the world he could do save what he did do, pull the boy into a corner behind a large pouffe and have him.

Layton, curled on a pouffe by the fire, lifted a wicked little heart-shaped face alight with mischief.

His body was to be embalmed in the manner favoured by the pharaohs, dressed in his magical robes, his ring of power upon his nose-picking finger, and seated upon a Persian pouffe within a pyramidal coffin of gopher wood, embellished with topaz and lapis lazuli.

It was the apartment of a voluptuary, redolent with incense and cassia wood, tapestried to death, overfurnished with couches and pouffes all stuffed with the finest wool.

It was the apartment of a voluptuary, redolent with incense and cassia wood, tapestried to death, overfurnished with couches and pouffes all stuffed with the finest wool.

His little feet resting upon a velvet pouffe, he was sitting well back in a comfortable winged armchair, one hand grasping a small glass of wine, the other searching through a box of crystalized pineapple.

The hostility between the two ships increased, and it was made evident on all possible occasions by cries of 'What ho, the molly-ship' if there was time, or 'The pouffes ahoy,' and if there was not, on the part of the Thames, and of 'Slack in stays,' or 'Make more sail, there,' from the Stately.