- worn-out; exhausted; decrepit.
Origin of bedrid
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Examples from the Web for bedrid
Not even Orthodoxy, bedrid as she seemed, but will have a hand in this confusion.The French Revolution
Germany at large, though it lay so silent, in its bedrid condition, was in great anxiety.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XXI. (of XXI.)
I'd knock a feller down 'at called me 'liar' to my face, even now, old an' bedrid' as I be.
Bedrid here, like an old block of wood, an' her—She thinks she's arrested somebody, Susanna does!
Her voice of call is exceedingly musical, and sounds sweetly in the ears of the infirm and bedrid.