bedless


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bedless

(ˈbɛdlɪs)
adj
without a bed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bedless - without a bedbedless - without a bed; "the cell was bedless"
bedded - having a bed or beds as specified
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These clothes and trinkets they were wearing were as fine and dainty as the shrewdest stretch of the sumptuary laws allowed to people of their degree; and in these pretty clothes, she crying on his shoulder, and he trying to comfort her with hopeful words set to the music of despair, they went from the judgment seat out into the world homeless, bedless, breadless; why, the very beggars by the road- sides were not so poor as they.
Jonathan's bedless bedroom (he drove the bed to a needy family in South Africa), old car, last season clothes, empty fridge and zero bank account speak of a non-materialistic man for he would rather pay a brothel's bills or fill a stranger's stomach.
He was homeless, or rather bedless, his home being forfeited long ago, and received his "bed ticket" from the roissionary after his confession of salvation.
TENSE: With Reid weeks ago BEDLESS BEAUTY Chantelle looking upset at her flat on Friday
On the third day of bedless mayhem 492 people were left waiting in appalling conditions in A&E departments around the country.
We have a generous benefits system for the hungry, shelters for the bedless (which are often half-empty) and the NHS which strives to help drug addicts: yes, sometimes there are treatment waiting lists, but if the substance-takers are patient, aid eventually comes.
Come into my bedless bedroom," says John Krasinski, ushering me into a luxurious hotel suite in London.
I was now bedless and unable to choose among the panoply of possible beds I was discovering.
However, the spectre of thousands of bedless visitors in South Africa for the World Cup might not be as alarming as cold statistics might suggest.
anomalous results usual set, so normal blessed bedless [BLESSED] [d] Devastate.
A case in triviality is that of the physician who complained that 'clinic' is used to mean bedless institutions such as dispensaries and out-patient departments, whereas the Greek work kline means 'bed.
I was knickerless, moneyless and bedless in Los Angeles.