bedstand

bedstand

(ˈbɛdˌstænd)
n
a bedside table
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The book that's sitting on my bedstand right now is "John Adams.
I used to simply place my ready-to-go duty weapon on the bedstand and go to sleep.
It's seen on its Florence double white metal bedstand, pounds 199.
Alan's head is now shaved, Stu boasts a raw tribal tattoo on his face and Teddy has gone missing, save for his ring finger, preserved in ice on a bedstand table.
Middleton finds himself face to face with the gravestones of Graham Greene, Shusaku Endo, and other writers who have found their way onto his bedstand and course syllabi, enabling him to, as he notes, "map the interior landscape of my soul.
This unknown person had been given a bedstand (an unexplained romantic memento) as a bequest in her father's will.
And it's inevitably he who gets the blame when things start to go missing and Mallory wakes up to find her hair knotted to the bedstand.
Scott had been found hanged by the neck from a tie secured to a bedstand.
Our customers and the product we carry are really geared to a small office or home office user, so we try to look at products that aren't necessarily going to go on your bedstand, but that you'd use in your office.
As to the alleged health hazard of non-ionizing microwave radiation, one study shows that wireless equipment is only "as harmful as the clock radio on your bedstand.
She had received a call from the manager of my father's apartment--I had seen that too, one of a thousand images flashing in my head--and she was searching in her bedstand for the number of the phone I now sat next to.