Box-spring



an upholstered bedspring composed of a number of helical springs, each in a cylindrical cloth pocket.
Historical Examples

Polly in New York Lillian Elizabeth Roy

noun
a coiled spring contained in a boxlike frame, used as base for mattresses, chairs, etc

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