bedlike

bedlike

(ˈbɛdˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a bed
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Some airlines have invested in bedlike seats, extra legroom and Wi-Fi connections to attract discerning business travelers.
Beside some bamboo scaffolding, a bedlike frame on the floor evoked the psychoanalyst's couch, reminding us how Freud, by asking his patients to lie down while looking up, destabilized their visual command of space.
Besides a few tables on the deck and patio, there are bedlike couches for drinkers to recline on and watch the stars.
This bedlike restraining device was associated with the Utica Lunatic Asylum in New York (figure 4).
Noguchi celebrated the period in clay, with a small study entitled Marriage in which two figurines are under a bedlike cover.
Sandy Stewart (left) and Su Rosenthal have furnished The Brothel Cafe in Cottage Grove with bedlike booths.
But it was a wonderful place to meet people one hoped would be special in one's life, to settle into the unreality of the place, hold hands and sit on those bedlike seats and let the music wash over, while trying to figure out what was going on in a nearby picture.
The final work in the project, Zeit Stelle Dauer Richtung Bezug (Time Place Duration Direction Relation), 1969, consists of two bedlike structures made with stretched canvas--again dyed maroon--covering wooden boards that divide the pieces into two and four sections, respectively.
His program used a contraption called a Universal Reformer, a bedlike machine with springs and straps that helps to strengthen the muscles and increase flexibility.