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  • noun Plural form of bedcord.


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  • The bed was made of poles, with strips of bark in place of bedcords, the mattress was of husks and the pillows of cat-tail down.

    Old Rail Fence Corners The A. B. C's. of Minnesota History

  • "Must hurry, Louise," hastily said Cap'n Abe as he heard the bedcords creak and the patter of the girl's feet on the matting.

    Cap'n Abe, Storekeeper

  • In Herodotus (ix. 118) we read of a besieged people eating their bedcords, which we may assume to have been strips of hides, or leather at least.] [Footnote 219: For all matters relating to the topography of Rome and

    Plutarch's Lives, Volume II


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