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- n. Alternative spelling of bunk bed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A type of multiple bed in which the individual beds are arranged one above the other. It is used to save space in crowded quarters.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. beds built one above the other
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Imagine this: using a pre-fab Ikea bunkbed to construct a poultry palace.
In our old house, our girls 'room was a tiny narrow room just big enough for the loft bunkbed they slept in.
I hear that they are selling some really nice bunkbed sets.
I didn't even ask to see the bedroom but imagine it contained even more bunkbed sets.
The bunkbed in the picture is a crib-sized bunkbed I designed and made with generous help from a carpenter friend.
Is this the bunkbed set you were cursing in your CeT long-ago post?
I could use the other bunkbed for a guest bed and the top bunk for book storage.
He looked much too little sleeping in that double bed, just like he did the first time he slept in the bunkbed.
In time, all of my circus clowns slept, dreamed and played endlessly on this bunkbed set.
What I don't get is that my husband--who hasn't blogged in 6 months--felt the need to post his velociraptor bunkbed score.