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  • n. A sheet, especially a bedsheet, that lies underneath something else.


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under +‎ sheet


  • She pushed her lips, her groin, her stomach at him as if intending to burst through his skin and into him, and abruptly she was sitting up, pulling off her sweater, and rising to undo her jeans, stepping out of them, and tugging at the blanket and undersheet, pulling them down so that Enrique had little choice but to get up and strip to his underpants.

    A Happy Marriage

  • Carefully, silently, I sat down, wary of wrinkling the smooth undersheet.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • Tadpole had watched me fit the waterproof undersheet, and seemed to be paying attention when I patiently explained what it was for.


  • Kebra's pallet was immaculate, the blankets folded into a square, topped by the pillow, the undersheet pulled tight, the corners overlapped with a perfect horizontal fold.

    Winter Warriors

  • Another infant, whose name tag said simply Pumelele, stood naked on a plastic undersheet in her cot.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The undersheet, for some quaint reason, was a blue and white checked tablecloth.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

  • The glorious counterpane wuz kinder heaped up in billowy richness on his western couch, but what I took to be the undersheet -- a clear long fold of shinin 'gold color -- lay straight and smooth on the bottom of the gorgeous bed.

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • - the mattress was covered with a think, vinyl undersheet.

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