It was a large, dark, oak-paneled room, with a dark carpet on the floor and dark-green curtains on the windows and the bedstead.
Shut the door, put out the candle, turn me up in the bedstead!
First it might be a table or a cupboard, or perhaps a bedstead or a cast-iron cookstove.
La Couteau had remained waiting, mute and motionless, at the foot of the bedstead.
The people of the gambling-house kept their bedstead machinery a secret from us—even from the police!
At one moment, he fancied his bedstead was being shaken in a peculiar manner.
The posts at the four corners of the bedstead stood like masts.
D'Alcacer approached the bedstead with a certain reluctance.
There was no bedstead, but an accumulation of rags in one corner covered two dirty little children.
So we resigned the easy-chair and bought a bedstead and some very plain bedding.
used in Deut. 3:11, but elsewhere rendered "couch," "bed." In 2 Kings 1:4; 16:2; Ps. 132:3; Amos 3:12, the divan is meant by this word.