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bedroll

[ bed-rohl ]
/ ˈbɛdˌroʊl /
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noun

bedding that rolls up for portability and is used especially for sleeping out-of-doors.

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Origin of bedroll

First recorded in 1645–55; bed + roll
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British Dictionary definitions for bedroll

bedroll
/ (ˈbɛdˌrəʊl) /

noun

a portable roll of bedding, such as a sleeping bag, used esp for sleeping in the open
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