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  • adjective Resembling a bed.


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bed +‎ -like


  • We find a bedlike thing in the lobby and have a lovestruck conversation.

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • But the guests lolling on bedlike lounges and deep wicker chairs seem blissfully unaware of the drama behind the scenes at one of South Beach's hottest hotels.

    Keeping Chic in a Miami Storm

  • The main 9,000-square-foot-pool, flanked by three smaller pools, has dark teak decks, cobalt blue tiles and lots of bedlike lounges, including a big cube with four cushions in the middle of the water.

    High-Roller Resort, Chilly Climate

  • Every studio has at least six pieces of apparatus, with names like the Reformer (a seven-foot-long bedlike carriage in which you lie down) and the Cadillac, which haven't changed since the 1940's.

    Manhattan ��ber-Gals Get Pilates Bodies

  • In the Citroen now, sex finished, the beast slaughtered yet again, the two of them sprawling on bedlike reclining seats, it was possible at last for Lew to move in the direction of rational thought.


  • The seat gave a tiny squeak of protest, and then folded back into a flat bedlike arrangement.


  • When not in view by the household, it will be well to cover the pan with a cloth, on account of dust and roaches; but it must be observed that a soft and warm bedlike arrangement will thus be formed, and if the family cat should choose to make it her resting-place, the mixture will not rise.

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 03, April 16, 1870


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