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bedframe

[ bed-freym ]
/ ˈbɛdˌfreɪm /
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noun
the frame of a bed, including the bedrails, headboard, and footboard.
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Origin of bedframe

First recorded in 1805–15; bed + frame
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How to use bedframe in a sentence

  • Also, on their honeymoon, Edward breaks the bedframe from the ferocity of boning.

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  • The boots, the heavy, clumsy boots—they clung to the bedframe, with his feet half out of them.

    Death of a Spaceman|Walter M. Miller
  • He lay on a high bed, surrounded by prim white walls, and there was even a chart of some kind at the bottom of the bedframe.

    The Sky Is Falling|Lester del Rey
  • He pressed the control button on the bedframe that lifted the head of the bed up so that he was in a semi-reclining position.

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