- adj. unable to leave one's bed for some reason
“I ended up taking three but, because I was bedbound with severe muscle fatigue, I had to take them at my kitchen table, as I couldn't leave the house.”
“It's about time bedbound homeless people were taken down a peg or two.”
“I was expecting to be bedbound for a bit, and that has not been so.”
“I am a full-time carer of my disabled, bedbound husband.”
“Those particular ones, all our bedside rugs, then got to be bed padding for my grandmother when she came home to die, because when you are bedbound they are soft and textured and lovely.”
“I am disabled with RA and nerve issues so unfortunately I become bedbound quite often.”
“I've been more or less bedbound for a few days and have watched way more "regular" TV than usual.”
“The characters in The Norman Conquests are at the beck and call of the bedbound mother upstairs.”
“It was her afternoon for calls, three of them to be made to elderly bedbound patients, the fourth to Joel.”
“I am basically bedbound except from the times when I am dragged up to the horse - it used to be every day, but now I'm lucky if it is once a week.”
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