Bedframe



the frame of a bed, including the bedrails, headboard, and footboard.
Contemporary Examples

Also, on their honeymoon, Edward breaks the bedframe from the ferocity of boning.
The Future of Twilight Natasha Vargas-Cooper June 30, 2010

Historical Examples

He lay on a high bed, surrounded by prim white walls, and there was even a chart of some kind at the bottom of the bedframe.
The Sky Is Falling Lester del Rey

He pressed the control button on the bedframe that lifted the head of the bed up so that he was in a semi-reclining position.
Anything You Can Do … Gordon Randall Garrett

The boots, the heavy, clumsy boots—they clung to the bedframe, with his feet half out of them.
Death of a Spaceman Walter M. Miller

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