bedridden

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • White was bedridden for five years and told she would never walk again.
  • Many of them are bedridden because they have to lay down most of the day.
  • One of these calls led him to a house where an old woman was bedridden. Cited from My New Curate, by P.A. Sheehan
  • His condition was so bad that he was bedridden for days at a time.
  • Why, only a short time ago a bedridden old woman moved a brick wall! Cited from Redemption and Two Other Plays, by Leo Tolstoy
  • She decided which matters of state were important enough to bring to the bedridden president.
  • During her bedridden years, a number of well-known figures were inspired to visit her.
  • He was left bedridden for three weeks on his return home.
  • She was poor of sight and bedridden during her last days.
  • This left him with back injuries that made him bedridden for several years.
  • This left him bedridden for days after his band's performance.
  • She remained bedridden for six weeks after their daughter's birth.
  • He was bedridden for nearly two years before he died.
  • He was ill "for about a month" and wrote the book while bedridden.
  • Who will pity him when his uncle is dead, and his mother sick and bedridden? Cited from Mohammed Ali and His House, by Louise Muhlbach
  • Mary Lee, who had recently given birth to their second child, remained bedridden for several months.
  • Many have lost their lives or are bedridden for months with serious injuries.
  • She was nearly bedridden in her last years and was attended to by some followers.
  • Her last days were not very comfortable and she was bedridden for more than six months prior to her death.
  • He spent the rest of his life there, ill and bedridden.
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