- n. Plural form of bedfellow.
“The problem with defining racial profiling in the narrow manner of these strange bedfellows is that doing so obfuscates the real issue confronting Americans.”
“It's the endgame of strange bedfellows, which is this country at its best.”
“And while you're peppering Price with questions, you can always ask her about this scrapbooked photo, which answers the burning question: Just what kind of bedfellows do cartoonists make?”
“(We hesitate to use the terms "bedfellows" and "David Vitter" in the same sentence, but that would be changing the subject.)”
“Politics makes strange "bedfellows" for sure, figuratively speaking of course.”
“Obama has warped, and slezzy "bedfellows" and friends ...”
“I come up it again and again with my anti-Spp/Nau stuff; I don't think they make good "bedfellows”
“DaySide host Mike Jerrick wondered if the Clintons are "bedfellows"; CNN's Wolf Blitzer, MSNBC's Chris Matthews, NBC's Norah O'Donnell, and others also leapt at the chance to discuss the Clintons 'marriage yet again.”
“After he and Ms. Fujimori emerged as top vote-getters in the first round of voting in April, Mr. Humala was deft in bringing together a coalition of strange bedfellows, united only by their antipathy for the Fujimoris.”
“Somewhat strange bedfellows for the Maori Party I would have said whose entire party is about how there should be special rights for indigenous people.”
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would give a little more than it away
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