bedsocks

bedsocks

(ˈbɛdsɒks)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) clothing the type of socks worn in bed
Translations

bedsocks

[ˈbedsɒks] NPLcalcetines mpl de cama

bedsocks

[ˈbɛdˌsɒks] nplcalze fpl da notte
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Sometimes nothing, sometimes everything, including bedsocks and a head scarf.
I don't like her feet, mainly because she wears bedsocks at night!
At this juncture, the optimist may see himself - puffing there in his string vest and bedsocks, buttocks a glow before the bathroom door - to be a supreme figure of man, Michelangelo's statue of David made flesh, with a few creaks, creases and sags to add some earthly character.
Inject some beauty into drab November days by going to an exhibition of unseen Vogue fashion photos; PJs and bedsocks? Pah!
"Are you wearing your bedsocks?" asked my wife, unexpectedly.
17 SLIP into cashmere bedsocks, light a cinnamon, clove and orange Winter Candle (pounds 25 and pounds 15, The White Company 0870 900 9555) and climb into bed with a pile of trashy mags.
HEATED ISSUE: Keep your tootsies toastie with a heart-shaped water bottle cover and socks (1), pounds 16, by Falke at Frasers, fake fur slippers (2), pounds 25, at River Island and a set of two Angora bedsocks (3), pounds 19, by Elle.
Wearing gloves and warm socks, and avoiding tight shoes and boots that restrict the circulation, reduce the likelihood of chilblains - bedsocks can also help in the elderly.
It's just a cross that poor old Opik must bear, like his name, though lightly dusting a pair of woollen bedsocks with talcum powder might provide some relief."
17 SLIP into cashmere bedsocks, light a cinnamon, clove and orange Winter Candle (EUR37 and EUR23, The White Company 0044 870 900 9555) and climb into bed with a pile of trashy mags.
However, men will be glad to know that girls have ditched bedsocks with not a single one of the thousands questioned admitting to wearing them.