bedclothes

[bed-klohz, -klohthz]
plural noun
coverings for a bed, as sheets and blankets; bedding.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see bed, clothes

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bedclothes (ˈbɛdˌkləʊðz)
 
pl n
sheets, blankets, and other coverings of a bed

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Example sentences
Blood had oozed onto the bedclothes from a number of wounds near his heart.
She smells of smoke and frying pancakes and warm bedclothes on a winter's
  morning.
Transfer from undergarments and bedclothes occurs only if these have been
  contaminated by infested people immediately beforehand.
Smoldering bedclothes produce smoke and toxic gases or flames.
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