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.
With the bed-key, which was in the closet, I took down the bedstead as quietly as I could.
First it might be a table or a cupboard, or perhaps a bedstead or a cast-iron cookstove.
To the end of his weapon he fitted an iron washer taken from the bedstead.
The people of the gambling-house kept their bedstead machinery a secret from us—even from the police!
He tried to find the door, but the top of the bedstead was now in the way.
The posts at the four corners of the bedstead stood like masts.
There were two chairs and a bedstead, with a straw mattress on it.
There was no bedstead, but an accumulation of rags in one corner covered two dirty little children.
Shut the door, put out the candle, turn me up in the bedstead!
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.