These cords were held in place by rows of minute stitching of white silk, making the bedcover almost solid needlework.
Quilts Marie D. Webster
Rose petals and violets and some bright poppy leaves, crushed inside its lids, slid down upon the bedcover.
Lazarre Mary Hartwell Catherwood
He lifted the opened bracelets off his prisoners wrists and pitched them, clinking, upon the bedcover.
Local Color Irvin S. Cobb
The bedcover is of the same silk, and the inner curtains at the window are lined with it.
The House in Good Taste Elsie de Wolfe
Thomas Lovell [luhv-uh l] /ˈlʌv əl/ (Show IPA), 1803–49, English dramatist and poet. Historical Examples Another method of inducing sleep is delivered in a very ingenious work lately published by Dr. Beddoes. Zoonomia, Vol. I Erasmus Darwin I have said already that the genius of Beddoes is not dramatic, but lyrical. Figures of Several Centuries […]
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a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps, rests, or stays when not well. the mattress and bedclothes together with the bedstead of a bed. the bedstead alone. the act of or time for sleeping: Now for a cup of cocoa and then bed. the use of a bed for the […]
confined to bed, as by illness or age; bedridden. Historical Examples I have a daughter in that room who has been ill and bedfast for more than two years. Precious Memories Various Every now and then for a good many years he’s had a bedfast spell. Kenny Leona Dalrymple She had barely recovered from the […]
Also called bedmate. a person who shares one’s bed. an associate or collaborator, especially one who forms a temporary alliance for reasons of expediency: Politics makes strange bedfellows. Historical Examples As she spends the day here and is out larking at night, she is not much of a bedfellow after all. Birds and Bees, Sharp […]