Definitions

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  • n. The area of ground where a flock of livestock sleep.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. an area on which a drove of cattle or sheep can sleep for a night.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an area on which a drove of cattle or sheep can sleep for a night
  • n. an area on which a drove of cattle or sheep can sleep for a night
  • n. an area on which a drove of cattle or sheep can sleep for a night

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Examples

  • Ely had drawn first watch on night herd and Benteen was out making one last turn around the bedground to see that all was quiet.

    This Calder Range

  • Taking advantage of the loose order of the beeves, the old man rode back and forth through them until approaching darkness compelled us to throw them together on the bedground.

    The Outlet

  • The herders go out in the morning, move the herd off the bedground and let them graze for the day while the herder is back in camp or visiting other herders or calling family on his cell phone.

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  • Then in the afternoon, they bring the herd close to the bedground and stay with them until they are settled.

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  • a half mile, we rounded in the herd, which soon lay down to rest on the bedground.

    The Outlet

  • There had been no water at last night’s bedground, and this morning they were thirsty.

    This Calder Range

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