pillowlike; soft; yielding: a pillowy carpet.
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How to use pillowy in a sentence
In the morning, go for Guru Donuts, where specimens emerge with lightly crisp exteriors and pillowy centers, as well as gluten-free doughnuts made with Idaho potato flour.
This top feels practically pillowy, thanks to 100 percent cotton yarn Jacquard flannel.
Crispy potatoes stuffed into pillowy housemade pita is a lot of carbs — almost too much fun.
People automatically think you’re a baking genius and there really is something special about grilling up a dog and eating it on a bespoke bun — so soft, so pillowy, so not dried out from years of sitting on a grocery store shelf.The Best Recipes for Your Labor Day Weekend Party, According to Eater Editors | Eater Staff | September 2, 2021 | Eater
It was a pretty preparation, O’Savio recalls, but the chef was not totally satisfied with it until about three years ago when he switched the base to coco bread, the small, pillowy loaves famous in Jamaica.
Shirtless bros with pillowy lips and cargo pants pulled down to expose tufts of pubic hair.Abercrombie & Ditch: The Fall of the House of Tween | Lizzie Crocker | December 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And now the same thing is happening with her signature pillowy, bouffant hairstyle, reports The Daily Mail.
In not so many years, you can have a paid-off rental property, a nice, big pillowy 401(k), and a paid off home.
His pillowy agglomerations of intensely colored cardboard are assembled inside forms that remind me of beds.
Miss Ruey sank back pacified into her usual state of pillowy dependence; it was so much easier to be good-natured than to contend.The Pearl of Orr's Island | Harriet Beecher Stowe
It ended as the bottom of the life-boat smacked squarely on the pillowy top of a rising swell."And they thought we wouldn't fight" | Floyd Gibbons
There are no lumpish solidities—no pillowy protuberances here.Modern Painters Volume I (of V) | John Ruskin
I went wafting off into a feather-pillowy pit of infinitude.The Prairie Mother | Arthur Stringer