American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. In bed.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In bed.
- To bed.
- adv. To childbed
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In bed, or on the bed.
- adv. To childbed (in the phrase “
brought abed,” that is, delivered of a child).
- adv. in bed
“Fie upon thee, thou cur! all this is of thy doings; thou hast wounded my heart s darling and thereby worked me sore woe and thou hast wasted his youth so that these three years he hath lain abed more dead than alive!”
“If we had lain abed till the usual time," said Solomon John, "we should have been all right.”
“She's lyin 'abed, and so far from bein' well that she'll never be well again.”
“Despite the rain and her disappointment it was impossible for Fleda to lie abed from the time the first grey light began to break in at her windows – those old windows that had rattled their welcome to her all night.”
“September 3rd, 2008 at 7: 57 am this is not racism. translating abeed as "slaves" is not a good choice. the word abed is so used in our cultural on every body and everything (e.g. abdallah, abeed-allah, abed-lat, the word "I worship" is "abed" you can't just translate i t as slave. it also means a name for african people (even though keep in mind mqany salaves were white)”
“I guess ppl in certain parts of the ME are used to the name and dont think much about the literal meaning of it. on the other hand, ras il abed is not pronounced ras il abeed (head of slave), its 'abed' which was probably the name of some guy who sold them …”
“I love the troy and abed credit scene, it literally make my roll on the floor and laugh out loud.”
“Unlike the early birds, the dawning of each day finds me still abed, nested in my covers and dreamily counting waves; this is a psychological response to the soothing sigh of a slight swell nibbling at the beach a few yards from my seaside bed.”
“Even if he so desired, he could not lie abed this very day.”
“I'd lie abed in the mornings on purpose, only everything is too good not to be up.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘abed’.
Here I have in mind a list of words that could be spelled with only the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, and G--and thus could also be played as a tune on the piano.
Words with the prefix "a"
aa gets over 40 hits
aardvark 49 hits
abbatoir 103 hits
abjure 138 hits
From the novel by Stella Gibbons
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Well, here comes all the words that begin with an A.
Wish me luck
Words taken from Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson.
Words I come across and decide to put away for a rainy day.
Looking for tweets for abed.