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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhassockhas‧sock /ˈhæsək/ noun [countable]  1 DHFa small cushion for kneeling on in a church2 American EnglishDHF a soft round piece of furniture used as a seat or for resting your feet on syn pouffe British English
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hassockThe relatively modern pews and colourful hassocks seem merely transient and do nothing to conceal the vibrant essence of this ancient environment.My father pointed to the old round leather hassock.Mr Peniket collected the prayer-books and straightened the hassocks.The hassock had once been green and red and was now a uniform brown.
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