Covered partly by a pillow and decked out in diamonds, it comes as no surprise that Cyrus has stripped down.
Her pillow talk with Coulson when they were lovers for six years had never included mention of it.
But if the patient was sick, the real question is whether the media yanked the IV and put a pillow over his head.
Middle English pilwe, from Old English pyle "pillow," from West Germanic *pulwi(n) (cf. Old Saxon puli, Middle Dutch polu, Dutch peluw, Old High German pfuliwi, German Pfühl), an early borrowing (2c. or 3c.) from Latin pulvinus "little cushion, small pillow," of uncertain origin. Modern spelling is from mid-15c. Pillow fight (n.) attested from 1837; slang pillow talk (n.) first recorded 1939.
1620s, from pillow (n.). Related: Pillowed; pillowing.