Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mattress.

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Examples

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The less-than-quarter-inch bugs and their miniscule eggs live in mattresses, books, crevices in the floor.

    Dog Bites Bug

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Even the hotel had split the twin mattresses to make two beds, so the husband and wife took turns on the box spring.

    MORE ISSUES

  • In the 30s and well into the 50s many economists ... thought that it was quite possible that a central bank fighting a recession would drive interest rates close to zero, and that any further monetary expansion would simply be stuck away in mattresses or in bank vaults, doing nothing more for the economy.

    Liquidity Trapped?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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