What is bed?

  • (noun): A stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit.
    Synonyms: seam
    See also — Additional definitions below


A bed ( listen) is a piece of furniture used as a place to sleep, relax, or engage in sexual relations.

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Bed Frames
... Bed frames, also called bed steads, are made of wood or metal ... For heavy duty or larger frames (such as for queen- and king-sized beds), the bed frame also includes a center support rail ... Types of bed frames include platform – typically used without a box spring captain – has drawers beneath the frame to make use of the space between the ...
Kip (trampolining)
... stand, or bounce, alongside the performer and by timing their actions in the bed will be able to either increase, decrease, or simply stabilise the level of bounce experienced by the performer ... whilst the coach is in contact with the trampoline bed they will bend their knees and then depress the bed downwards either in time with the performers landing in order ...
Ghost Beside My Bed
... Ghost Beside My Bed was the second single released by the American progressive rock band Altered State Feb 2, 1992 from their debut "Altered State" ... "Ghost Beside My Bed" reached #1 at Rock Radio in 1992 in California, New York, Arizona and Florida ... "Ghost Beside My Bed" written by Gregory Markel Altered State (album) August 27, 1991 Warner Bros ...
Bedbug - History
... Bed bugs were mentioned in ancient Greece as early as 400 BC, and were later mentioned by Aristotle ... first published circa 77 AD in Rome, claimed bed bugs had medicinal value in treating ailments such as snake bites and ear infections ... Belief in the medicinal use of bed bugs persisted until at least the 18th century, when Guettard recommended their use in the treatment of hysteria.) Bed ...
Pau De Arara - Flat Bed Truck
... arara is a designation given in the Northeast Brazil to a flat bed truck adapted for passenger transportation ... The truck's bed is equipped with narrow wooden benches and a canvas canopy ...

More definitions of "bed":

  • (noun): A depression forming the ground under a body of water.
    Example: "He searched for treasure on the ocean bed"
    Synonyms: bottom
  • (noun): The flat surface of a printing press on which the type form is laid in the last stage of producing a newspaper or magazine or book etc..
  • (noun): (geology) a stratum of rock (especially sedimentary rock).
    Example: "They found a bed of standstone"
  • (verb): Put to bed.
    Example: "The children were bedded at ten o'clock"
  • (verb): Place (plants) in a prepared bed of soil.
  • (noun): A foundation of earth or rock supporting a road or railroad track.
    Example: "The track bed had washed away"
  • (verb): Furnish with a bed.
    Example: "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"
  • (noun): A piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep.
    Example: "He sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"
  • (noun): Single thickness of usually some homogeneous substance.
    Example: "Slices of hard-boiled egg on a bed of spinach"
    Synonyms: layer
  • (noun): A plot of ground in which plants are growing.
    Example: "The gardener planted a bed of roses"

Famous quotes containing the word bed:

    Professor: War is hell, Mr. Thornhill, even if it’s just a cold one.
    Roger Thornhill: If you fellows can’t lick the Vandamms of this world without asking girls like her to bed down with them, and fly away with them, and probably never come back, perhaps you ought to start learning how to lose a few cold wars.
    Professor: I’m afraid we’re already doing that.
    Ernest Lehman (b.1920)

    It is comforting when one has a sorrow to lie in the warmth of one’s bed and there, abandoning all effort and all resistance, to bury even one’s head under the cover, giving one’s self up to it completely, moaning like branches in the autumn wind. But there is still a better bed, full of divine odors. It is our sweet, our profound, our impenetrable friendship.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    I wolde no lenger in the bed abide
    If that I felte his arm over my side,
    Til he hadde maad his raunson unto me;
    Thanne wolde I suffre him do his nicetee.
    And therfore every man this tale I telle:
    Winne whoso may, for al is for to selle;
    With empty hand men may no hawkes lure.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)