Otherwise he was like a log: carried from his palliasse on which he slept at night to the armchair in which he sat all day.
Brotteaux stretched himself on the palliasse and blew out the candle.
He soon left off sweeping his room, and never tried to move the palliasse off his bed.
That night he slept on a palliasse of straw, with a pillow consisting of a thin bolster propped on his outer clothes.
One of us made shift with a palliasse, while Genevive and I slept on a hair mattress.
So Akela curled up on someone's palliasse, and silence fell.
Very probably the captain of your company would turn out of his bed and take your palliasse if you asked him nicely.
Akela is sitting on a palliasse already occupied by two people.
Then we went to bed—to palliasse rather, for two big bags filled with straw were laid down for us, and we turned in, or rather on.
The Stable having been duly invited, its eight occupants come in, and each finds a place on a palliasse.