Examples from the Web for bedfellow
The fox agreed to this, but when Ch awoke in the morning his bedfellow had already disappeared.
At length the elder brother wearied of this diversion and aroused his bedfellow.Manasseh|Maurus Jokai
Her conscience pricked her, and a prickly conscience is just as unhappy a bedfellow as a porcupine would be.Nan Sherwood at Lakeview Hall|Annie Roe Carr
Why do they hardly feel that they have prayed if company, or a bedfellow, on a journey, keeps them from using oral prayer?Bertha and Her Baptism|Nehemiah Adams
This command was also obeyed, although, as may be readily supposed, she did not much relish such a bedfellow.Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
British Dictionary definitions for bedfellow
Word Origin and History for bedfellow
"close friend, roommate," mid-15c., from bed (n.) + fellow (n.). Also (late 15c) "concubine." Earlier in the "close companion" sense was bed-fere (early 14c.). Bedsister "husband's concubine" is recorded in Middle English (c.1300).