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- adv. Toward bed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Towards bed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Toward bed.
The move "bedward" was almost simultaneous and the drift toward slumberland not far behind.
He pshawed and went behind Beth Anne, pushed her enough to push me and crumple us all bedward.
Glendinnings were each wrapped up in his own reflections, and only interrupted in them by the signal to move bedward.
August 12, 2008 at 10:55 pm ok, i getz it nobuddy wantz 2 tawk 2 mii- dats ok. ai go bedward nao.
Enter Isabella in her night-gown, as to bedward, with lights, after her,
This is the dormitive I take to bedward; I need no other laudanum than this to make me sleep; after which I close mine eyes in security, content to take my leave of the sun, and sleep unto the resurrection.
And Jos creaked up the stairs to bedward, followed by Kirsch with a flambeau.
Lloyd and I were going bedward, it was late with a bright moon — ah, poor dog, you know no such moons as these! — when home came Arrick with his head in a white bandage and his eyes shining.
Aurelia walked with him to the door, shaking her head slightly to the hovering Eutychus, who began to shepherd children bedward.
"A sled!" cried Barney and Tommie together, pausing on their bedward way, and opening wide their sleepy eyes.
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