[ UK /lˈa‍ɪlə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a type of inflatable air mattress
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  • Season of the Inundation: Sweet, black silt mingled with holy myrrh, melilot, hyssop, spikenard, balsam, cedar, and a hint of melting snow from the Abyssinian hills. Thor's Day
  • Tall grassland is scattered with hawkweed, ragwort, wild carrot and melilot flowers, along with clumps of bird's-foot trefoil, lucerne and goat's rue, and there are regular uprisings of brambles and wild rose, and sprawls of sallow and birch scrub. Country Diary: Canvey Wick, Essex
  • The reflections and soliloquies of Artamène recur; but a not unimportant, although subordinate, new character appears -- not as the first example, but as the foremost representative, in the novel, of the great figure of the "confidante" -- in Martésie, Mandane's chief maid of honour. A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800
  • One favorite treatment for sciatica used by Cherokee herbalist David Winston is a combined extract of sweet melilot (Melilotus alba), dodder (Cuscuta americana), and sweet or black birth (Betula lenta). THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE
  • 1. 4Lady Macbeth speaks in soliloquy about driving a implicitly squeamish Mac. to seize a throne. Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia
  • Where are Bukowski's trademark soliloquies of goatish self-glorification? Visiting a Land Beyond Fodor's Reach
  • A British Alpine billy, five British Alpine does and two Saanen does have just been safely delivered to their new home in Katima Mulilo.
  • It was daring of Mr. Holroyd to take on a major writer, and for all his forcing of themes, the book thrives on sheer wit and, most important, on welcome asides, when he steps forward like a Shakespearean character to soliloquize about his modus operandi. The Biographers' Biographer
  • Swift employs what is fundamentally a trope of garrulity: a single voice is allowed to soliloquize at length.
  • I join the shadows on the wall / To watch with weary silver eyes / Poets who soliloquizeThe Night Of the Solstice
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