comfortably cushioned

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  • On the other hand they are comfortably cushioned, and they are never overcrowded. Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
  • But he had scarcely settled down in a comfortably cushioned elbow chair when the door opened again and into the room walked old Simpson Harker. Cited from The Paradise Mystery, by J. S. Fletcher
  • Upon alighting, he found himself on a platform covered by a canopy, carpeted and furnished with one chair comfortably cushioned. Cited from The Prince of India, by Lew. Wallace, Vol. 1
  • A quaintly carved comfortably cushioned armchair was set in the corner, and to this his guide conducted him, and gently made him sit down. Cited from The Treasure of Heaven, by Marie Corelli
  • Ronald, who used the studio as a smoking-room, had introduced three or four deep wicker chairs, comfortably cushioned, and a couple of oriental tables. Cited from The Upas Tree, by Florence L. Barclay
  • One of the window slits dropped almost to the floor, and at its base was a wide, comfortably cushioned seat commanding a view of the bridge and of the cavern ledge. Cited from The Moon Pool by A. Merritt
  • When he shut the door, mounted the box with the coachman, and they drove off, the little girl found herself seated in a comfortably cushioned corner, but she was not inclined to go to sleep again. Cited from The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • With his arm about her he drew her to a corner of the studio, half curtained, where there was a double settee or couch, comfortably cushioned, and here he sat down still holding her in his embrace. Cited from Innocent, by Marie Corelli
  • It is light and noiseless, comfortably cushioned, always within call, and governed by a beneficently trifling tariff. Cited from A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees, by Edwin Asa Dix
  • When he shut the door, mounted the box with the coachman, and they drove off, the little girlfound herself seated in a comfortably cushioned corner, but she was not inclined to go to sleep again. Cited from The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • With this he led the way down the companion-ladder, and we followed; eventually bringing-up on the comfortably-cushioned lockers of a fine spacious airy cabin very nicely fitted up. Cited from The Congo Rovers, by Harry Collingwood
  • The body of the carriage is comfortably cushioned, and lined with bright gay colours, and generally has a stunning piece of carpet for a rug. Cited from Lands of the Slave and the Free, by Henry A. Murray
  • There were no grates, and the fire of logs blazed on a wide square hearth, around which, and inside the chimney, was a stone seat, comfortably cushioned, and of course extremely warm. Cited from All's Well, by Emily Sarah Holt
  • There was talk of a girl present at the fight, and of how she received the eyeless, almost faceless, carcase of her sweetheart Kit, and carried him away in a little donkey-cart, comfortably cushioned to meet disaster. Cited from The Amazing Marriage by George Meredith, v2
  • The remarks of the comfortably cushioned and wheeled, though they be eulogistic to extravagance, are vapourish when we court them for nourishment; substantially, they are bones to the cynical. Cited from One of Our Conquerors by G. Meredith, v3
  • It was a small boudoir or ante-room opening into the large drawing-room -- a cosy, homely place, its low, latticed windows, divided into four, opening outwards on to garden and terraces, its broad, inviting window-seat comfortably cushioned. Cited from The Four Faces, by William le Queux
  • As he leaned back against the comfortably cushioned vehicle, he could not help contrasting the circumstances with the hoary sea-shattering rocks of Fife, the tossing ocean, the tugging oars, and the fisherman's open boat. Cited from A Daughter of Fife, by Amelia Edith Barr
  • He cheered her by describing the interest of the journey when, by and by, she would ride a mehari, sitting in a bassour, made of branches heated and bent into shape like a great cage, lined and draped with soft haoulis of beautiful colours, and comfortably cushioned. Cited from The Golden Silence, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson