Bedroll



bedding that rolls up for portability and is used especially for sleeping out-of-doors.
Historical Examples

Ellis spread his bedroll beside the wagon while Joe sought his bed inside.
The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard

The night after, while I lay huddled in my shirtcloak and blanket by the fire, I saw Cuinn slip out of his bedroll and steal away.
The Door Through Space Marion Zimmer Bradley

Ellis dived to his bedroll and rose to a kneeling position with his own rifle.
The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard

Martin, rolled up in his bedroll on the floor of the empty hayloft, woke with a start.
One Man’s Initiation–1917 John Dos Passos

Slim massaged the soles of his feet until Chuck returned with his bedroll.
Slim Evans and his Horse Lightning Graham M. Dean

The sheep fed below, and her horse, with a bedroll across its back, nibbled not far away.
The Fighting Shepherdess
Caroline Lockhart

noun
a portable roll of bedding, such as a sleeping bag, used esp for sleeping in the open

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