Term introduced in Victorian times for a low, upholstered ottoman or a large, solidly stuffed, frameless footrest that is also large enough to be used as a seat.
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• (n.) Lit., a puff; • (n.) A piece of furniture like an ottoman, generally circular and affording cushion seats on all sides. • (n.) A soft cushion, esp. one circular in shape and not, like a pilow, of bag form, or thin at the edges.
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