High-riser



[hahy-rahy-zer] /ˈhaɪˌraɪ zər/

noun
1.
a couch or single bed with a mattress and frame concealed beneath, which, when pulled all the way out, lift up to the level of the upper cushion or mattress and lock into place to form a double bed.
2.
a bicycle.
3.
(def 4).

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