bedmaker (def 1).
Also called bedding plant. Horticulture. an ornamental plant that is suitable for planting with other plants in a bed to achieve a desired visual effect.
You bedder not get too gay, or you lose your job damn quick.
Beth Norvell Randall Parrish
“Get bedder, and ve vill lif like kings, all tree of us,” exclaimed Schmucke.
Cousin Pons Honore de Balzac
Vicomtesse de Montesquieu, double white, useful as a bedder.
The Book of Roses Francis Parkman
Aber idt is bedder to die on a goodt ship dan in der wreck of a lighdthouse.
The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner Wilbur Lawton
“bedder sdill, fill id with wadter, ad thed I could sleeb in id,” suggested the Fish.
The Wallypug in London G. E. Farrow
(Brit) (at some universities) a college servant employed to keep students’ rooms in order
a plant that may be grown in a garden bed
- Bedding down
a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps, rests, or stays when not well. the mattress and bedclothes together with the bedstead of a bed. the bedstead alone. the act of or time for sleeping: Now for a cup of cocoa and then bed. the use of a bed for the […]
- Bedding plane
the surface that separates one stratum, layer, or bed of stratified rock from another.
- Bedding plant
bedder. Historical Examples As a bedding plant S. argentea is extensively grown for its silvery-white foliage, which completely covers the ground. The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots, 16th Edition Sutton and Sons noun a plant that may be grown in a garden bed
blankets, sheets, etc., used on a bed; bedclothes. bedclothes together with a matress. litter; straw, etc., as a bed for animals. Building Trades. a foundation or bottom layer. a thin layer of putty laid in the rabbet of a window frame or muntin to give a pane of glass an even backing. Geology. arrangement of […]