Definition of Bedmates

1. Noun. (plural of bedmate) ¹



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Definition of Bedmates

1. bedmate [n] - See also: bedmate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bedmates

bedlamp
bedlamps
bedlams
bedlem
bedless
bedlessness
bedlight
bedlights
bedlike
bedlinen
bedlinens
bedload
bedmaker
bedmakers
bedmate
bedmates (current term)
bednet
bednets
bedo
bedole
bedone
bedotted
bedoubt
bedouin
bedouins
bedoven
bedpan
bedpans
bedplate
bedplates

Literary usage of Bedmates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology by Ill.) University of Illinois (Urbana (1918)
"... their bedmates mean by the strange performance. The similarity of the two scenes in the bridal chamber is indeed so striking that one feels impelled to ..."

2. An American in the Making: The Life Story of an Immigrant by Marcus Eli Ravage (1917)
"... unconscious bodies; and lastly, the gentle but firm compressing and condensing of one's relaxed bedmates in order to make room for oneself. ..."

3. Transactions by Epidemiological Society of London (1883)
"... recurred in the resulting or secondary cases, most of whom were bedmates, at a period very much shorter, or co- incidentally with the primary cases. ..."

4. Immigrant Health and the Community by Michael Marks Davis (1921)
"... one's relaxed bedmates in order to make room for oneself. It was on such occasions as these also that one first became aware of how heavy the air was ..."

5. Historic Survey of German Poetry: Interspersed with Various Translations by William Taylor (1830)
"... Which she weary and hungry requires, I too have been passing Sleepless the night, and in bloody exertion the daylight, All for their bedmates. ..."

6. Historic Survey of German Poetry: Interspersed with Various Translations by William Taylor (1830)
"... Which she weary and hungry requires, I too have been passing Sleepless the night, and in bloody exertion the daylight, All for their bedmates. ..."

7. Heroes of the Argonne: An Authentic History of the Thirty-fifth Division by Charles B. Hoyt (1919)
"Rats and the troops at a later period developed as congenial bedmates. There were no guns to be heard. Air .raids were spoken of, but never occurred. ..."

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