Bachelor of Education
A piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattress
she undressed and climbed into her bed
A type of folding portable bed with a three-part metal frame which folds into a flat Z-shape for easy storage; a camp bed.
A tax levied on the use of hotel accommodation.
An early morning drink of tea, served in bed, often as a wake-up call; also called early tea.
The clubmoss Lycopodium complanatum; also called ground pine.
A layer or stratum of ice.
Mechanics = keyway (now rare).
A place where a pig lies; a pigsty.
Engage in successive casual sexual affairs
(In the UK) a hospital bed for private patients in a National Health Service hospital
A bath or other appliance by means of which a bedridden person may be bathed.
A check to confirm that beds (in a barracks, prison, dormitory, etc.) are occupied.
A night spent in paid accommodation (used especially in the tourist industry as a unit of occupancy).
A space in which an individual bed is or is intended to be placed, especially regarded as an area belonging to the bed's occupant, and including the other furniture, possessions, etc., normally adjacent to it.
(Especially in cattle ranching) a wagon used to transport bedding or providing sleeping accommodation.
A type of bed having a high, prow-shaped headboard and footboard; (also more generally) any bed shaped like a boat.
A stratum or layer of coal.
A bed consisting of or laid upon the ground.
A portable or folding bed, originally for use by a soldier in the field; a camp bed. In later use also: a bed with an arched canopy and covered sides.
A flower bed containing an assortment of plants.
The formative layer of cells underlying the fingernail or toenail
A place where osiers grow, especially where they are grown for basket-making.
(Originally) a pink-coloured bed of sandstone found in quarries in Dorset, England; (later also) any of various pink-coloured beds of sedimentary rock.
A bed without a mattress, consisting of boards resting on low trestles.
US a bed of earth used for germinating seeds and growing young plants, formerly especially tobacco seedlings.
A bed constructed to fold up into a type of cupboard resembling a clothes-press when not in use; a bed in an alcove with folding doors; = press bedstead; (also occasionally) a box-bed.
A bed of rock; a rocky floor, bottom, or base; (in early use) specifically solid rock underlying loose deposits such as soil or alluvium; bedrock.
A bed or throne used by a monarch or other person of high rank to receive visitors, being typically richly decorated and having a canopy or baldachin.
A bed in the shape of a table.
A bed fitted with a wire spring base or mattress.
A horizontal layer of mortar underneath a layer of masonry
Sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers
Confinement of an invalid to bed as part of treatment
A sheet for a bed
A piece of furniture consisting of two beds, one above the other, that form a unit
A folding portable bed, typically made of canvas stretched over a metal frame
An area of water or marshland dominated by reeds
A sofa that can be converted into a bed, typically for occasional use
A piece of equipment used for testing new machinery, especially aircraft engines
One of a pair of matching single beds, particularly in a hotel or guest room intended for two people
A bed designed to be folded up and stored within a case resembling a bureau when not in use.
A bed with a high, S-scrolled headboard and footboard.
(Especially in a hospital, care home, etc.) a bed with a mechanism for raising or lowering the height of the sleeping surface.
A bed in which a married couple sleep together.
A layer of sedimentary rock possessing distinctive characteristics (especially fossils) which enable it to be recognized over a large area.
A layer of mortar between courses of brickwork or masonry.
The bed in which a newly married couple sleep.