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Bed linen

sheets and pillowcases.
Historical Examples

Worse yet, the bed linen was not changed during the entire voyage of nine and a half weeks.
The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn John R. Spears

He must carry his own bed linen to sea with him and arrange for his own food.
Four American Naval Heroes Mabel Beebe

Clothes sent to the laundry come back damp and the bed linen seldom dries.
Journeys and Experiences in Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile Henry Stephens

The bed linen must be protected by cloth folded and thrown over the pillows.
Our Deportment John H. Young

They were willing to have table and bed linen and neglect dressing.
Geography and Plays Gertrude Stein

Shelves are better than closets for the keeping of the bed linen.
Practical Suggestions for Mother and Housewife Marion Mills Miller

My proprietary eye noted the clean towels and covers, and the bed linen embroidered in red cotton.
Bliss, and Other Stories Katherine Mansfield

The contagion passes through personal contact, or through clothing and bed linen.
Valere Aude Louis Dechmann

The chamberlain folded the bed linen, and it was yet but dawn, though warm and fair.
French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France Marie de France

Dishes, utensils, bed linen, etc. should be cared for in the ways already described.
American Red Cross Text-Book on Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick Jane A. Delano

sheets and pillowcases for a bed


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