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pillowy

[pil-oh-ee] /ˈpɪl oʊ i/
adjective
1.
pillowlike; soft; yielding:
a pillowy carpet.
Origin
1790-1800
1790-1800; pillow + -y1
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  • These pillowy maple-glazed doughnuts are spiced with cardamom.
  • The haddock was uber-fresh, the beer batter light and pillowy, and the fries artfully presented in a paper-lined silver cup.
  • The pillowy and interlocking design of these biomes was influenced by dragonfly wings.
  • The camera zooms in on the contours of her pillowy lips and dewy skin long enough for us to count the pores on her nose.
  • The dumplings are deep-fried, the color of mahogany, pillowy soft inside.
  • The pillowy, egg-shaped gnocchi transcended all my previous impressions of what a good pasta dish should be.
  • It was lumped with gray lava petrified into pillowy forms interspersed with dull brown sediment.

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