bedspring

[bed-spring]

Origin of bedspring

First recorded in 1910–15; bed + spring
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Examples from the Web for bedspring

Historical Examples of bedspring

  • Sometimes his father comes out to see him—an old fellow with bedspring whiskers.

    Mortmain

    Arthur Cheny Train

  • He heard the creaking of his bedspring and the soft pat of Scotty's bare feet as his pal swung to the floor.

    Smugglers' Reef

    John Blaine

  • Then, some time before sunrise, the rattle of milk-carts remind me of Mrs. Milliken's bedspring and mattress, and I go to bed.

    A Top-Floor Idyl

    George van Schaick

  • Willis saw his first bedspring about 50 years ago and he still thinks a feather mattress superior to the store-bought variety.