pill-box

pillbox

[pil-boks]
noun
1.
a box, usually shallow and often round, for holding pills.
2.
a small, low structure of reinforced concrete, enclosing machine guns, and employed as a minor fortress in warfare.
3.
a small, round, brimless hat with straight sides and a flat top, worn especially by women.

Origin:
1720–30; pill1 + box1

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pillbox (ˈpɪlˌbɒks)
 
n
1.  a box for pills
2.  a small enclosed fortified emplacement, usually made of reinforced concrete
3.  a small round hat, now worn esp by women

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