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bedroll

[bed-rohl] /ˈbɛdˌroʊl/
noun
1.
bedding, rolled for portability and used especially for sleeping out-of-doors.
Origin
1645-1655
1645-55; bed + roll
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  • From bring-your-own-bedroll bungalows to high-thread-count villas, there's a lodge for nearly every budget.
  • Leaning against his own bedroll, propped on one elbow, he sings along for two bars.
  • Camping distills our lives to the bare elements of living: finding a campsite, preparing a simple meal, laying out a bedroll.
  • And there, under the stars and around the chuck wagon, he crawled into his bedroll each night.
  • Initially, appellant apparently slept in a bedroll and lived in a tent.
British Dictionary definitions for bedroll

bedroll

/ˈbɛdˌrəʊl/
noun
1.
a portable roll of bedding, such as a sleeping bag, used esp for sleeping in the open
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