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bedcover

[ bed-kuhv-er ]
/ ˈbɛdˌkʌv ər /
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noun
a bedspread.
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Origin of bedcover

First recorded in 1820–30; bed + cover
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How to use bedcover in a sentence

  • Rose petals and violets and some bright poppy leaves, crushed inside its lids, slid down upon the bedcover.

    Lazarre|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • The bedcover is of the same silk, and the inner curtains at the window are lined with it.

  • He lifted the opened bracelets off his prisoners wrists and pitched them, clinking, upon the bedcover.

    Local Color|Irvin S. Cobb
  • These cords were held in place by rows of minute stitching of white silk, making the bedcover almost solid needlework.

    Quilts|Marie D. Webster
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