hassock


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hassock

1. a firm upholstered cushion used for kneeling on, esp in church
2. a thick clump of grass
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This has been the case with other marsh islands that USACE restored in Jamaica Bay and proved to be the same with the Yellow Bar Hassock project, which was completed during the summer of 2012.
Sitting with your legs elevated on a hassock or something similar, and the use of elastic support hose available in most drugstores, can be helpful.
We and they were amazed at what they found--from the leaf floating on the local beck that became 'The shallop flitteth silken-sail'd', to the out-of-focus hassock that 'overlooks the space of flowers'.
They fully furnished living rooms and main bedrooms and created "vignettes" in other rooms, using just enough furnishings - in one, a round hassock with a big floppy teddy bear sitting on it - to suggest a child's room.
It was an antique stuffed hassock that had tipped over on the hot stove and was patiently smouldering.
It was quite a traffic of messages and they were sometimes secreted in the most exotic places; such as the wardrobe in the vestry or under the Rector's hassock.
Naylor J, Brinke A, Hassock S, Green PM, Giannelli F.
ATLANTA-Decorative pillows have taken to the floor with a variety of oversized, travel, hassock and ottoman shapes.
It was applied to a soft ottoman or a large hassock.
For practice with balance, we tipped a round hassock on its side; Megan straddled it and rocked from side to side, tapping the floor with her foot.
He sits down on a hassock, right in front of her, and the camera moves with him, framing the couple on the same level--as equals.
The hassock repeats the coffee table's low profile.