bedmate


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bed·mate

 (bĕd′māt′)
n.
One with whom a bed is shared.

bedmate

(ˈbɛdmeɪt)
n
another name for bedfellow
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The resident informs him that, even at its darkest, the citizens routinely show fortitude, even against loneliness as they respond to a signal posted outside any home where a drop-in bedmate would be warmly received.
What matter of musical strangeness is this, actually acknowledging that your drunken, staggering bedmate could do better than you?
She confronts Ete Kamba not as a subjugated bedmate but as an equal who stood abreast in lovemaking leaning against the wall of an unfinished building.
But a book, Death Was Our Bedmate, reveals tales of bravery and despair as soldiers like Dick returned home from war in the Far East.
His Indian bedmate, however, remains on the mattress, along with two other groups more germane to the East (the Irishman) and South (the African American).
Blindly reaching out a drunken arm to give his remaining bedmate a reassuring pat, Mick slurred: "Ish not for me, Ramshey, no one knowsh ush down here," then added "Lord, but you're a hairy beggar
A big exception to that rule, of course, is if your bedmate keeps you up at night-by snoring, for instance, or by tossing and turning.
28) In any case, the young bride was then expected by her female husband to identify a well behaved young man from the kindred, but in most cases blood relation of the female husband as the bedmate.
She was at once too important to him and not important enough; despite her role as a sympathetic ear and loving bedmate, she was still a slave.
For the television (Digital BedMate II HCI), the power rating was 0.
From about the 1960s, the play having been discovered to have a homosexual subtext, the directorial cliche became leaving Antonio alone on stage at the end, his love for Bassanio cleverly trumped by Portia's stratagems, the only person with no bedmate for the night.
Tripp characterized Lincoln's four-year bedmate, Joshua Speed, as the great love of Lincoln's life.