The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pillowy \Pil"low*y\, a.
Like a pillow.
a. Resembling a pillow: soft and fluffy
Usage examples of "pillowy".
The travelling case is opened up and its sumptuously coloured, silky, pillowy cargo is pulled into the light.
Mrs McLachlan scooped Damp onto her lap, cradled her gently against her pillowy chests and stroked her baby-fluffed head.
Strega-Schloss the previous summer the baby had fallen deeply in love with her baking, her lullabies and her comforting pillowy chests.
Marie, as she plunged languidly into the depths of a voluminous and pillowy lounge, and drew towards her an elegant cut-glass vinaigrette.
Her breasts were pillowy, powdered with talcum, like two domes of bread dough proofing in a bowl.
Food arrived and Matt ate, dipping her bacon in the egg yolks and the syrup, loving the citrus bite of the orange juice after the sopping, pillowy texture and maple sweetness of the pancakes.
She managed to push herself out of the pillowy chair with only a token protest from her sore muscles.
The pillowy flakes seemed suddenly smaller and sharp-edged, designed to sting.
With a groan, for he was not accustomed to sleeping in any bed, let alone a soft oneand this one was especially pillowy, for the folk of the towns had given the ranger the finest bed in Caer TinellaElbryan rolled off the bed to his feet, straightened, and stretched.
Fafhrd Where he sprawled now on the pillowy carpet, and re- serving one for himself, lvrian looked apprehensive at this signal of heavy drinking ahead, Vlana cynical.
Those small, pillowy, feather-light, unbelievably delicious squares of fried dough were traditionally served buried beneath avalanches of powdered sugar.
The pillowy softness of the plush bed, so different from the rest of the hard stone world of Menzoberranzan, offered Drizzt no relief from the pain.
With pillowy soft breasts pushing with gentle insistence against his chest.
Her pillowy breasts below the outsize summer dress were almost suspended over the desk as she said it.
Matt ate, dipping her bacon in the egg yolks and the syrup, loving the citrus bite of the orange juice after the sopping, pillowy texture and maple sweetness of the pancakes.