Definition of Bunk bed
1. Noun. Beds built one above the other.
Definition of Bunk bed
1. Noun. An item of furniture combining two or more beds fixed on top of another, so that one person can sleep in each bunk at a different height. ¹
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Literary usage of Bunk bed
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1. Beautiful Accommodation in Queensland, Australia by Simon St John (2004)
"One of these rooms has a queen bed and bunk bed (great for families) and the other ... Facilities: Three ensuite with queen beds (one also with a bunk bed); ..."
2. Hygienic Physiology: With Special Reference to the Use of Alcoholic Drinks by Joel Dorman Steele (1901)
"Why can we see our breath on a frosty morning? 3. "When a law of health and a law of fashion conflict, which should •we obey? 4. If we use a "bunk" bed, ..."
3. Adventure Guide Honduras & The Bay Islands by Maria Fiallos (2006)
"... one bunk bed and a double bed, two double beds or one king size bed. Check out the great package rates on the website. Depending on the season, ..."
4. Prison Conditions in the United Kingdom by Allyson Collins, Haywood Burns (1992)
"However, the majority of cells that we entered randomly at Leicester were triple occupancy with one bunk-bed and one single bed. These cells measured feet ..."
5. My Host the Enemy and Other Tales: Sketches of Life and Adventure on the by Frank Welles Calkins (1901)
"The woman sat upon the edge of a bunk-bed trying to get her little ones asleep. She busied herself braiding her coarse, freshly greased tresses, ..."
6. Prison Conditions in Spain by Joanna Weschler, Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S.) (1992)
"Most of the space was taken up by the beds (one of them a double-bunk bed), a toilet, a sink, and some shelves. There was a counter serving as a table. ..."
7. The Mines of the West: A Report to the Secretary of the Treasury by Rossiter Worthington Raymond (1869)
"The price of a single bunk bed, with a mattrass and blankets, at the store of Wakefield & Wheeler, in which Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office is kept, ..."