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pillow talk

  (informal)
conversations that people who are in love have when they are in bed together She enjoyed most the quiet time they spent together after they had made love, the pillow talk, the shared embraces.
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pillowed

mod. pregnant. (Refers to the swelling in a pregnant woman’s abdomen.) She does look a bit pillowed, doesn’t she?
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I interrupted, dragging the pillow away, and turning the holes towards the mattress, for she was removing its contents by handfuls.
Perhaps he'll try to throw his pillow at me again, but--I think--I'll go.
He has a bird's heart in him, and so every morning there lies a gold piece under his pillow.
Why, there's a man in my bed," said George's father; "here's his feet on my pillow.
Dalloway turned to the cool side of her pillow, terribly flattened but still invincible.
That proposed-to damsel lay on a wakeful pillow until the wee sma's, but her meditations were far from being romantic.
Only, in the midst of his fever, a hand as soft as velvet and as cool as the night sea-wind touched his forehead, and a voice sounded in his ears so sweetly that the blood burned no longer in his veins, so sweetly that he lay back upon his pillow like a man under the influence of a strong narcotic and slept.
Suspicion implies conjecture of some kind-- and the letter under my lord's pillow baffles all conjecture.
In trying (clumsily enough) to help her with the pillows, I accidentally touched her hand.
And Rose willingly received the pretty pillow, and stood enjoying its faint, sweet odour, as she listened to the doctor's next remedy.
With a restless movement he rolled his head around, clearing his left ear from the pillow against which it had been pressed.
A little fearfully now, Pollyanna felt her way to these bags, selected a nice fat soft one (it contained Miss Polly's sealskin coat) for a bed; and a thinner one to be doubled up for a pillow, and still another (which was so thin it seemed almost empty) for a covering.
Get up, don't go on sleeping," said Yashvin, going behind the partition and giving Petritsky, who was lying with ruffled hair and with his nose in the pillow, a prod on the shoulder.
It appears to be established, beyond any reasonable doubt, that he was killed (while he was asleep, or immediately on his waking) by being smothered with a pillow from his bed-- that the persons guilty of murdering him are the three Indians-- and that the object contemplated (and achieved) by the crime, was to obtain possession of the diamond, called the Moonstone.
said the nurse, picking up the cork of the green bottle, which had fallen out on the pillow, as she stooped to take up the child.