Difference between stuffing and eiderdown
- padding put in mattresses and cushions and upholstered furniture
- a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables
The main course was going to be a roast duck, served with cranberry stuffing and scalloped potatoes.
I kept folding up the wads of twenties and stuffing them in the pocket of my shorts.
He also seems to write with little concern for cadence, leaving himself stumbling over excess syllables and quixotically stuffing verbal square pegs into musical round holes when it comes time to sing.
- a soft quilt usually filled with the down of the eider
- down of the eider duck
It was always such a relief to get back to Auntie Lizzie's so we could use her eiderdown quilts to slide down the stairs (sit on the top step, at the end of the quilt, fold it over your feet, hold both corners and launch yourself over the edge).
The Queen had her doubts about the girl being a princess, and is determined to find out the truth by placing a pea under the mattress and eiderdown of the princess's bed.
Dot was in a wide high bed with white sheets, two pillows, two blankets and an eiderdown.