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bedridden confined to bed by weakness or illness, esp. for a long time.
bedrock the solid layer of rock in the earth's surface, usu. beneath soil, sand, gravel, or the like. [3 definitions]
bedroll bedding rolled into a portable bundle, as for camping outdoors.
bedroom a room used for sleeping.
bedsheet a sheet to be used on a bed.
bedside the space alongside a bed, esp. of a sick person. [2 definitions]
bedsit (chiefly British; informal) a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bedsitter (chiefly British; informal) a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bed-sitting room a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bedsore a skin sore caused by the prolonged pressure of bedding, as in a long illness.
bedspread a covering for a bed that is generally used over blankets or other bed covering.
bedspring any of a number of springs closely confined in a frame and set in a bedstead to support a mattress.
bedstead the framework that supports the springs and mattress of a bed.
bedstraw a small herb with paired leaves and small flowers once used as stuffing for mattresses.
bedtime the usual time when one goes to bed.
bed-wetting urinating in bed, esp. at night; enuresis.
bee any of the flying, hairy-bodied, and often stinging insects that live either in social networks or alone, many of which suck nectar from flowers.
beebread a mixture of nectar and pollen made by bees to feed to their larvae.
beech a deciduous tree of temperate regions that has smooth gray bark and bears small, edible nuts. [2 definitions]
beechen consisting of or made of beech.
beech mast the nuts of the beech tree, esp. those that have fallen off the tree.