verb (used with or without object), feath·er·bed·ded, feath·er·bed·ding.
Origin of featherbed
Examples from the Web for featherbed
The latter is in a somewhat better condition than Featherbed Lane, but it is irregular, narrow, and hilly.
She had the featherbed temperament, and soothed masculine nerves exacerbated by the cruel exigencies of art.Unicorns|James Huneker
On crossing the bridge turn sharply to the left and go down Featherbed Lane, which is anything but a featherbed road.
It is, indeed, from no featherbed journey or carpet-knight's tour that Mr Coke has recently returned.
He was now going to a home provided by benevolent persons as a kind of featherbed to catch the falling workhouse boy.Essays in Rebellion|Henry W. Nevinson