from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A portable roll of bedding used especially by campers and others who sleep outdoors.
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- n. A roll of bedding which can be carried when hiking or camping etc
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. bedding rolled up for carrying
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The elf tried to get comfortable, turning and twisting until his bedroll was a shambles, then he had to sit up and untangle himself.
At the beginning of the program, Rowlison emerged from a 'bedroll' or a makeshift sleeping bag that also serves as a suitcase that holds everything "accept the horse and the saddle."
Dressed in a pale blue coverall, the Reman sat on the ground atop a bedroll, his back against the cave wall.
Corthin crouched beside him, her position telling him that the bedroll upon which he lay rested on the ground.
A bum with a bedroll will be shot within five minutes.
I hate snakes of any kind, Learned a way to avoid them from crawling in your bedroll if were sleeping on the ground.
Take a GRASS rope about l in Diam and lay it about l foot or 2 away from your bedroll.
The bearded old man, raised his weary body from the bedroll he had slept on last night and slowly stood up.
Getting to his feet, Kellen quickly washed their cups and bowls and snuffed the lanterns as Jermayan wrapped himself in his bedroll.
Kellen threw himself out of his bedroll, staring around himself wildly.
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