from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A covering, such as a sheet, blanket, or quilt, used on a bed.
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- n. A decorative cover for a bed; a bedspread or counterpane
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. decorative cover for a bed
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I sit up quickly, throwing the thin, stained, bedcover off me.
Noh asked, this time actually knocking some of her soup onto the bedcover in her excitement.
His bed was rumpled, with three pairs of identical-looking jeans strewn across it and a black scarf thrown down in a folded zigzag against the dark red bedcover.
I smoothed down his bedcover, tucked in the corners.
She reached a hand up and ran it over the warmed bedcover.
She had left the outline of her body on top of the bedcover, it was so dirty.
I seized a pillow from the bed and beat out a smoldering nest of sparks in the trailing bedcover.
Her smooth white limbs were a vivid contrast to the heavy, dark, variegated verdant bedcover and sheets.
She struggled with the bedcover, as she tried to reach for the alarm clock.
In the next room, visible through the open door, was a fourposter bed, rather narrow, whose bedcover was pure white and stretched startlingly smooth, as though by no human hand.
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