bedstead bedstead


  • (n) the framework of a bed


  1. By age 60, his best performances on bandstand and bedstead behind him, he occupies a room in an East Harlem flop mockingly called the Hotel Splendour.
  2. The interior walls were of stucco; on the floor were a rust-corroded iron bedstead and a set of ornate, gilded bronze water jars.
  3. Here lies Gerald, and so does Jessie, cuffed to the bedstead as a mad dog scratches at the door.
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