bedclothes bedclothes


  • (n) coverings that are used on a bed



  1. Reportedly, he wore jeans and a dirty T shirt, and dripped blood on the royal bedclothes from a lacerated hand.
  2. The Senator lay in bed, his hand over his mouth as if to stop the flow of blood which covered the bedclothes.
  3. When he saw that Gilbert Kirkwood's cigaret had dropped and ignited the bedclothes, Max dragged the burning bedclothes away from Gilbert Kirkwood and put them in the kitchen.


  • Jeanine Fritz: Kevin is dead. Long live Kevin

    I was chilling at the Laundromat writing last week s column and waiting for my bedclothes to dry when a dude sauntered up and said, "This might be a weird question, but is that Dennis the Truck?
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Colorado Daily


  • "Something stirred. I heard a sound as of bedclothes, and what seemed like a faint sigh, and somewhere in that darkness I heard the word 'Hello,'" Mr. Millhauser writes from David's perspective.
    on Dec 30, 2007 By: Steven Millhauser Source: New York Times

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