[ US /əˈbɛd/ ]
[ UK /ɐbˈɛd/ ]
  1. in bed
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How To Use abed In A Sentence

  • Spider crabs stalked the seabed; wrasse, blennies, shannies and rockling darted over the reefs, and pollack wheeled overhead.
  • The pylon is to be the centerpiece of a planned underwater museum featuring relics uncovered from the Mediterranean seabed. Newsvine - Get Smarter Here
  • The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about.
  • They acted as an anchorage for the stanchions which, standing on the seabed, supported the harbours.
  • The two have collabed before on his song "Chandelier".
  • Ten percent of the foreshore and seabed is owned down to the mean high water spring by Maori under Maori title.
  • Adjacent coastal states have sovereign rights over the seabed mineral resources of the shelf.
  • Many family rooms also have a sofabed. The Sun
  • Bottom trawling (scraping large nets across the seabed) kills coral, stirs up sediment causing pollutants to migrate into seaweed and other fish feed, and scoops up large amounts of by-catch -- other sealife, like turtles and dolphins unintentionally caught and wasted. Cathy Erway: The Pescatore's Dilemma
  • Unlike the early birds, the dawning of each day finds me still abed, nested in my covers and dreamily counting waves; this is a psychological response to the soothing sigh of a slight swell nibbling at the beach a few yards from my seaside bed. Good morning, Melaque: one day in a small Mexico beach town
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