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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A bed with a mattress made of a tough plastic that is filled with water.

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  • n. A bed with a tough plastic mattress filled with water.

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Examples

  • I use the term waterbed in reference to an analogy that I often make in the seminar: A family of five is akin to five people lying side by side on a waterbed.

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  • It better not be some crazy thing like a waterbed or an aquarium full of snakes that another quake might bring crashing through the ceiling.

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  • A social networking site that pumps disgusting liquids into your waterbed.

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  • Sitting cross-legged on the waterbed, I shared every detail of the biggest moment in my life, but it was through daily letters to my mother, thousands of miles away, that we planned the wedding.

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  • When his son was little, Bendl would pump air into the 6-foot high sphere made of canvas with a waterbed innertube and play in the park.

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  • Now Melody forgets even what Henry looked like though he was everything to her, the sun, the moon, the stars, the big screen television and especially the waterbed, particularly when it leaked, threatening instant death by electric shock.

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  • There was nothing profound about the taste of any of these ingredients — instead, you were faced with the unpleasant possibility of rupturing the waterbed while scraping the rago û t off the slimy plastic surface.

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  • Instead of surrounding a painting, the "picture" comprised a lurid turquoise-colored waterbed with what looked like half a hamburger resting on it.

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  • It tells the story of a human raised on Mars and introduces many concepts, slang, and even inventions that would gain mainstream popularity, from the word “grok” to the concept of the waterbed.

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  • I can't help thinking that if this is indeed how Fergie deals with those who cross him, there will soon be a queue of players outside Old Trafford confessing to crimes against United in the hope of being punished with three months' full board at the Montego Bay Intercontinetal, ownership of a small island in the Indian Ocean, or a week on a waterbed with Beyoncé.

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