Cushion

Cush"ion

(ksh"n), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Cushioned (-nd); p. pr. & vb. n. Cushioning.] 1. To seat or place on, or as on a cushion.
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Many who are cushioned on thrones would have remained in obscurity.
Bolingbroke.
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2. To furnish with cushions; as, to cushion a chaise.
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3. To conceal or cover up, as under a cushion.
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Cushioned hammer, a dead-stroke hammer. See under Dead-stroke.
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