Definition of bedcover in English:

bedcover

Line breaks: bed|cover
Pronunciation: /ˈbɛdkʌvə
 
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noun

British
1A bedspread.
More example sentences
  • Ellie had hung a few pictures on the walls, brought a bright new bedcover and the room looked more lived in than it did before.
  • Occasionally, a stenciled bedcover was pieced with traditional quilt blocks but was not quilted.
  • She grabbed the bedcover from the bed and, as softly and as quietly as possible, she placed it over the still sleeping girl.
2 (bedcovers) Bedclothes.
More example sentences
  • ‘Some of us are trying to sleep,’ I mumbled into my pillow, grasping my bedcovers and pulling them over my head just before light filled the room.
  • When I returned the builders were in the process of packing up for lunch so I waved them off and slid under the bedcover with the intent of catching forty winks while they were gone.
  • She brought her knees up to her chest and covered herself more securely beneath the bedcover.

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