As she spends the day here and is out larking at night, she is not much of a bedfellow after all.
The next moment his bedfellow was "covered" with two "guns."
He first made an attempt on the apprentice, his bedfellow; but he struggled so far as to effect his escape, and hid himself.
We were afraid of awakening her bedfellow, and kept perfect silence.
I recline on my elbow and watch a lark near by, and then awaken my bedfellow, to listen to my Jenny Lind.
I had exchanged my brother John as a bedfellow for Walter Packard.
My bedfellow and I slept on an oilcloth, covered with an overcoat, and tied our four feet up together in a flannel shirt.
And you have the lively picture of it, every night for your bedfellow.
The familiar appellation, of bedfellow, which appears strange to us, was common among the ancient nobility.
Older; it has a white head, and shall never die till she be buried: her wrongs shall be my bedfellow.