He sprang with one bound to the paillasse, and withdrew from it the stiffened form of an infant four years old, dead and cold.
But this proves to be the note of paillasse, a merry-andrew.
And there are entries relating to everything between a violin and a paillasse, a brass fender and a blue beaver coat.
Old Kapus had been put to bed on his paillasse in the next room and Elsa was all alone in the small living-room.
paillasse, pa-lyas′, n. a small bed, originally made of chaff or straw: an under mattress of straw.
The next moment she had pushed it between the paillasse and mattress of Susy's bed.
Raising one of the blinds cautiously, he recognized the little suburb of paillasse.