Definition of bedstead in English:

bedstead

Line breaks: bed|stead
Pronunciation: /ˈbɛdstɛd
 
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noun

The framework of a bed on which the mattress and bedclothes are placed.
More example sentences
  • While you should consider changing your mattress every 10 years or so, the right bedstead or frame should last a lifetime (or at least as long as the marriage).
  • The beds had cast iron bedsteads and flowery covers with frilly edges.
  • An armoire stood between the door and the bedstead, an old four-poster crouching against the left wall, with no mattress and the canopy in tatters.

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