American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Set on rollers or casters for easy moving and storing: a rollaway bed.
- n. A piece of rollaway furniture.
- adj. Having wheels to allow for storage.
- roll + away (Wiktionary)
““If a kid in a wheel chair were to runaway from home, wouldn’t he just be called a rollaway?””
“Sophia Igneri slept on a rollaway bed during her stay at the Waldorf Astoria, which her family paid for through points accrued on a credit card.”
“Have a dedicated pocket on your rollaway for your wallet and phone so you can slip those in and out right before and after security," and "always put your (slip-on) shoes before your computer, before your bag" on the screening conveyor belt, suggests Reitman, who spent much of this fall in transit courtesy of a promotional tour for Up in the Air.”
“I organize my things on the rollaway table, Phone, iPod, DVD player and the case... then spread out the blanket and pillow on a chair that looks like a dentist chair and then put my lunch in the nurses fridge.”
“It features a stunning rollaway flexible screen which doubles as a pda with stylus and a seperate breakaway device that can be used as an individual standalone mobile unit.”
“The rooms fit a rollaway bed for Elayna nicely, so there's space for, well, however many of you can comfortably fit into a double bed.”
“Elayna sleeps just fine on a rollaway bed, so you'd have a double bed for yourself.”
“Jack's got it right .... portable/rollaway bleachers are the answer .... readily available off the shelf.”
“There were a few sticks of furniture, a couple of rollaway beds, and a record player.”
“One of the two men, Jason, had his hand resting on the handle of a black rollaway suitcase, as though he planned to catch a train from Penn Station beneath the Garden.”
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