- prep. Sharing one's bed with.
- prep. idiomatic Engaging in a close mutually beneficial relationship, especially secretly and illicitly.
“I was sick in bed with a terrible cold that gave me four days to think about nothing much but Vera and Lamar Rensdale.”
“She was tucked in bed with Hugo curled beside her and Annie on the rug beside the bed, watching Dr. Cosby having a fatherly chat with Theo and reflecting on just how really cheerful she really, truly was feeling when sleep hit her like a giant black wave.”
“Whether this was just an unlucky blow or the divine consequences of gazing on Olympias in bed with her serpentine lover, as was later claimed, Philip remained blind in one eye the rest of his life.”
“In the morning she would be here in bed with me and Archie Marlin would be in his.”
“Salizar has to be the worst and come to find out he is also in bed with the oil companies ......”
“Her heart wrung every time she thought of her father in bed with Margery Flint—Ruby, a hooker and a drug addict.”
“Mother was referring to the infamous story of Helen Potter, daughter of a multimillionaire beer and wine distributor in Hyannis Port who, after she had been engaged to the son of a wealthy Boston builder, was discovered naked in bed with her closest girlfriend.”
“Old Mr. Thorson is in bed with a severe case of influenza, and Mrs. Thorson suffers from chronic asthma.”
“One afternoon she came home to find Bella in bed with a bald and bewhiskered professor of music.”
“Fisher was in bed with a heavy cold in his apartment at Archway House, adjoining the Admiralty Building.”
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