bedstead which

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  • "Does that fine bedstead which the king sent you go with you?" Cited from Allan and the Holy Flower, H. Rider Haggard
  • It was supported upon a bedstead which Albert had made. Cited from Mary Erskine, by Jacob Abbott
  • The lower portion of the other is hidden from view by the head of the unwieldy bedstead which is thrust close up against it. Cited from The Works of Edgar Allan Poe V1[Raven Edition]
  • The rude bedstead which I formerly met was gone. Cited from Edgar Huntly, by Charles Brockden Brown
  • The lofty bedstead which filled one corner was spread and hung with a blue stuff showing through a web of white needlework. Cited from The Grandissimes, by George Washington Cable
  • The steel bedstead which, when folded up, was only two feet long, and eighteen inches wide, occupied one case, while the other contained the mattress and curtains. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V14, by Bourrienne
  • "My study!" murmured the captain, looking round on the bare walls, and the wooden chair, and a low bedstead which constituted the furniture. Cited from The Young Trawler, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • The steel bedstead which, when folded up, was only two feet long, and eighteen inches wide, occupied one case, while the otter contained the mattress and curtains. Cited from Quotations from Memoirs of Napoleon, David Widger
  • She was put into a little night-gown which she knew dreamily belonged to that other child, and was laid in a little bedstead which she noted to be made of gold, with floating lace over the head. Cited from The Portion of Labor, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • She lies on a bedstead which bears every mark of being one of a standard chamber-set in the early eighteen-seventies, and about her stand her husband and her sons and daughters and their wives and husbands, in the fashions of that day. Cited from Roman Holidays and Others, by W. D. Howells
  • That evening, when Dolores re-entered her cell, eagerly longing for the morrow which would bring Philip once more to her side, she was followed by Aubry, who was carrying a small iron bedstead which he placed near the one occupied by Dolores. Cited from Which?, by Ernest Daudet
  • Every morning, while Turnbull was still half asleep on his iron bedstead which was lifted half-way up the wall and clamped to it with iron, four sluices or metal mouths opened above him at the four corners of the chamber and washed it white of any defilement. Cited from The Ball and The Cross, by G.K. Chesterton
  • There were no chairs, no tables, but in another corner of the apartment stood an antique writing-desk, with metal handles to the drawers, and brass feet fashioned after the claws of the lion, older than the bedstead which occupied the other corner. Cited from Nick Baba's Last Drink and Other Sketches, by George P. Goff