What is the meaning of the furniture term Hassock?

The furniture term hassock refers to a piece of furniture that is low and upholstered, often without a backrest. It typically serves as a footrest or a cushioned seat. Hassocks are commonly used in living rooms, bedrooms, or other seating areas to provide comfort and support for the feet. Thickly stuffed upholstered footstool showing no wood.
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