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Definition of palliasse

Palliasse
Palliasse Pal*liasse", n. See Paillasse.
palliasse
Paillasse Pail*lasse" (?; F. ?), n. [F., fr. paille straw. See Pallet a bed.] An under bed or mattress of straw. [Written also palliasse.]

Meaning of palliasse from wikipedia

- A palli****e or tick is a large bag made of strong, stiff material such as canvas, linen or sackcloth. This is then filled with material such as straw...
- mattress might be called a palli****e, or sometimes pallet, based on the French word for straw: paille. The name palli****e applies particularly to a mattress...
- make upscale sheets and towels, which are marketed as a luxury product. Palli****e: Bedding made from strong material, filled with organic material, such...
- Bedding: humans or livestock The straw-filled mattress, also known as a palli****e, is still used in many parts of the world. It is commonly used as bedding...
- his wife Violet Alice (née Lawson). Violet was the daughter of a failed palli****e merchant; having studied as a violinist at the Royal Academy of Music...
- British contingent. Soon afterwards, Winslow (Bryan Forbes) is hidden among palli****es being taken out of the castle and is not immediately caught. Richmond...
- ****gots and straw, then ****gots and a palli****e. Some pickers built themselves basic beds of s**** timber with a palli****e. In the late 1940s and 1950s ex-army...
- carrier borne aircraft. Binding - Complaining. Biscuit - The original palli****e or straw mattress. Each was a 3 ft x 3 ft canvas quilted, straw filled...
- These were one truss of straw for each two soldiers, to stuff their palli****es. Half a truss was provided after sixteen days to refresh this and the...
- curtained four-post beds to the drovers' quarters containing straw beds or palli****es. About six servants also lived in the inn. The Chequer Inn is timber-framed...
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