Definition of Long pillow
1. Noun. A pillow that is often put across a bed underneath the regular pillows.
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Literary usage of Long pillow
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1. A Practical treatise on military surgery by Frank Hastings Hamilton (1861)
"... 16 inches wide and 30 inches long. Pillow-Cases of muslin, one-half yard wide, 1 yard long. 15. Muslin sheets, 4 feet wide and 8 feet long. 17. Towels. ..."
2. Vision (1892)
"Buckingham lace, which is very like a kind of foreign lace called Maltese, is thick and close, made on a long pillow is like a roly-poly pad- ..."
3. The Life of Alice Freeman Palmer by George Herbert Palmer (1909)
"Hurrying back to Cambridge, she seized the long pillow from my bed, crossed Boston with it in her arms — the four miles requiring a change of electric cars ..."