from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Enuresis that occurs while sleeping.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun enuresis during sleep; especially common in children (who usually outgrow it)
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Here a flamboyant recipe for roasting a peacock and serving it up in its skin, feathers and all, is followed by an unappetising cure for bed-wetting involving mouse boiled in urine.
After Adam says he is excited for his team to "destroy" next week, Christina counters by bringing up Adam's bed-wetting issues.
The Mitter-man is your typical bed-wetting "I afraid of everything so you should be too" GOP'er except that he wears magic drawers instead of a pointy hood.
I thought he was simply describing the idiotic bed-wetting behavior of the markets, banks included, if they were suddenly presented with change.
No, just pointing out that liberals are the bed-wetting, dependency-seeking, bleeding heart totalitarians that frequently struted across the European stage while Yanks built a nation on based on the creed of self-reliance, liberty and freedom.
The far right are just a bunch of bed-wetting scaredy cats and panic-mongers.
The sputtering gibberish of a bed-wetting, torture-loving, blood-thirsty moral monster.
Get your unhinged rants right you murderous bed-wetting coward.
In fact, Steve, the former tactic of bed-wetting cowards like you was to accuse your enemies of being Bolsheviks and (therefore) Jews, not Communists and (therefore) anti-Semites.
What our friend Al fails to understand is that those of us on the left who support the rule of law can be both outraged at the Obama administration for their support of the status quo in re: “enemy combatants” that you mentioned, and also think that the greater threat to the rule of law comes from the bed-wetting hysterics on the right.