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 (bĕd′ē-bī′) Informal
Used to say good night to someone, especially to a child, who is going to bed.
The act of going to bed or of putting a child to bed: It's time for beddy-bye.
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And if Bob Bass has his way, his needle-nosed jet, flying twice as fast as the Falcon 7X, will deliver them from New York to London where they can hold a four-hour meeting and still make it back for beddy-bye time in Gotham.
Late on the 13th, an Aquarius new moon sends you off to beddy-bye, where eerily predictive dreams may give you a sneak preview of your lady-in-waiting.
I thought the prospect of beddy-bye with her no enticement.
holders, that cozy beddy-bye feeling managers get when they know that their business is in talented, trustworthy hands.
Beddy-Bye Natural Aromatherapy Bubble Bath, a new line of bubble bath from The Body Project, contains essential oils of orange and lavender; using it at bathtime helps kids unwind and get to sleep faster.