nightstand

[nahyt-stand]
noun

Origin:
1960–65; night + stand

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Main Entry:  nightstand
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a bedside table, often with drawers, placed next to a bed; also called night table
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Example sentences
It's a small lamp that sits on the nightstand and projects a soft light onto
  the ceiling.
It is furnished with a bed, a nightstand, a small dresser and little else.
First the shoes came off, then the coins went on the nightstand.
There was no claim that her fingerprints were on the container of marijuana
  located in a nightstand in a bedroom.
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