A piece of furniture, usually flat and soft, to sleep on. (noun)
To go to a sleeping bed. (verb)
Examples of word bed
I disappeared inside my head in this bed where our children were sculpted here, where they first slept, in this bed~ where we feasted yes oh yes all this and more happened in this magnificently simple bed of hardwood and cool
I miss this bed when I die lie me here in this bed~ where I died a thousand times before where I saw stars and danced and stretched and writhed and sang and swore and called out to a god oh yes ... this bed where
I found the slips of paper which represented, for example, "doll," "is," "on," "bed" and placed each name on its object; then I put my doll on the bed with the words _is_, _on_, _bed_ arranged beside the doll, thus making a sentence of the words, and at the same time carrying out the idea of the sentence with the things themselves.
_To bed, to bed_ was the burden of it to be played with accompanable concent upon the virginals.
He turned over in his own bed, _his bed_, and smelt the sweet breath of the honeysuckle coming in at the window, heard the thrushes singing their evening song up the street.
I would post something coherent about wider society's contempt of fandom because it's play engaged in by adults (I think it was The Joy Of Sex which said bed was the only time grownups get to play), the relationship between fan fiction (play) and writing for publication (work), the contempt of each age group for the next younger group, and the hierarchies of literary snobbery in my head, but frankly I'm too knackered. *goes back to bed*
# posted by Maree : June 16, 2007 3:06 AM love the pink/green bed + double chair i'd remove the "sail" from the bed+ paint the walls
"Well, Miss," said Matilda, not over half re-assured by the words of her mistress -- "it may be nothing, as you say; but, for my part, I never go to bed a single night in the year, without first _looking under the bed_ to see that nobody is hid away there.
The term 'bed blocker' tends to imply the patient is the cause of the problem, but Dr Donald emphasised that was not the case.
Wow, does that mean that being Canadian, in bed, is just plain rude?