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I tucked him under his shark-print comforter on the top bunk of his bed, just in case sleep won out over want, and propped up an iPad in front of him.Finally, a president that America’s children can watch|Theresa Vargas|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
On the return trip, I slept in the lower bunk, and indeed, it was a smoother ride.
I had to scoot toward the end of the bunk, reach for a handhold, and then take four steps down.
Automatically he began to set up the lower bunk — flattening the chairs into a seamless “mattress” and then lowering the upper bunk slightly to grab bedding.
I’d stepped into the hallway to give him the space he needed, but when I heard the sound of the upper bunk sliding back up, I realized I’d need to tell him that I had decided to spend this trip sleeping in the top bed.
First, she says she won't come and live in a hut where five men besides myself are bunking.West Wind Drift|George Barr McCutcheon
The pain brought me back to reality, and I started planning costume production, training rosters, bunking.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom|Cory Doctorow
"There's nothing to prevent your bunking somewhere else," the owner of the animal replied, quite sharply.
He said he didnt know where he could put eleven people, but he guessed as long as we were scouts, we wouldnt mind bunking up.Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Not that I blame you for bunking,—Stuart smiled—the strain was intolerable.Twos and Threes|G. B. Stern