Unlikely companions or allies; often used in the phrase “politics makes strange bedfellows.”
strange bedfellows are the essence of the over-packed and over-hyped White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Interestingly, Wyden and Paul are not the only ones who find themselves with strange bedfellows these days.
These dual complaints have made for some strange bedfellows.
Those opposition groups have some strange bedfellows, though, chief among them the Arkansas Beverage Retailers Association.
The Real Story on Catholics and Contraception Talk about strange bedfellows.
“‘Misfortune introduces us to strange bedfellows’ is an old saying,” he answered.
Politics and newspaper-editorship bring us strange bedfellows.
Winter, like poverty, makes us acquainted with strange bedfellows.
Well, there are curious things said about him, and you and he are strange bedfellows!
"Trade, like poverty, makes one acquainted with strange bedfellows," was the reply.