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  • noun Plural form of bedlinen.


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  • I had screamed at Jesse in frustration and was now exhausted, squirming with guilt and changing bedlinens for the third time that day.

    Knowing Jesse

  • Those few familiar pictures, dishes, bedlinens, tablecloths, etc. made often a whole lot of difference whether a place felt immediately like "home" - albeit a home in a new, exciting, exotic and not well understood location - or if it sometimes felt like a trap: an uncomfortable, uninviting place to exist, not to live.

    bring furniture or buy new

  • Canopied beds have eyelet-embroidered bedlinens and handmade quilts.

    The Cat Who Came To Breakfast

  • Down below, two of Ugolini's servants brought out baskets of newly washed tablecloths and bedlinens and began spreading them on the branches of the trees to dry.

    The Saracen: The Holy War

  • The standard of the room was superb - HD plasma screens, luxury bedlinens, iPod radio, huge bathroom.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Rucker is the founder and board director of the White Company, the bedlinens-to-tableware retailer that began as a 12-page mail-order brochure in 1994 and now has a turn­over of £100 - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • It wasn't long before their embroidered wall hangings, hand-printed bedlinens and intricate cushions caught the eyes of other suppliers including SCP, Cologne and Cotton and Rockett St. George.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Although I have to say with bedlinens, I always go for neutrals (my favourite sheets are a khaki / linen colour) but do love my whites.

    Les Cadeaux


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