Definitions

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  • adjective Having a mattress or mattresses.

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Examples

  • I think the skittish ConservaDems are wrong on the substance and the politics, a little audacity is what Dems and the country need, but one raised eyebrow from David Broder and an interactive poll about socialism from al Foxeera is enough to send the likes of McCaskill and Webb heading for the hills and hiding under their moist-mattressed beds.

    Matthew Yglesias » Setback for Public Option Revival as Rockefeller Says No

  • How can I turn my mattressed money into a cash machine?

    Loral Langemeier: Shoving Your Money Under Your (Bank's) Mattress

  • On the sofa, covered with thin mattressed cushions, sat Mme. de Bargeton; the poet beheld her by the light of two wax candles on a sconce with a screen fitted to it, that stood before her on a round table with a green cloth.

    Two Poets

  • On the sofa, covered with thin mattressed cushions, sat Mme. de Bargeton; the poet beheld her by the light of two wax candles on a sconce with a screen fitted to it, that stood before her on a round table with a green cloth.

    Two Poets

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

  • A pillow and a pair of cloth slippers had been set out atop each mattressed bunk.

    Heaven Lake

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