[ UK /bˈɛdsa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈbɛdˌsaɪd/ ]
  1. space by the side of a bed (especially the bed of a sick or dying person)
    the doctor stood at her bedside
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How To Use bedside In A Sentence

  • Having designed many elements in the hotel, from the bedside lamps to the banquette sofas, he has now set his sights on a much bigger challenge.
  • She knew few other details and left my bedside to gossip with the other nurses in the hallway.
  • From the Rushmorean cover portrait of Bush (which over the headline 'An American Revolutionary' was such a brazen and transparent effort to recall George Washington that it was embarrassing) to the 'Why We Fight' black-and-white portraiture of the aggrieved president sitting somberly at the bedside of the war-wounded, this issue is positively hysterical in its iconolatry. "What kind of a maniac puts eagles in a Christmas tree?": James Wolcott
  • A silver-backed brush and comb set with her monogram gleamed in the soft bedside light. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • There are good bedside reading lamps and stacks of glossy magazines. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the room had a little light apart from the faulty bedside lamp that flickered unpredictably every few minutes it wouldn't be so bad, or even just a fan that at least to cool and circulate the foul damp air.
  • They can't be at their bedsides, but they are recording story tapes for their families to listen to at home.
  • Two nights before she died, there was an all-night vigil at her bedside.
  • I look at the digital clock, built into the bedside.
  • With a sewing needle from her bedside table, Marylyn pricked her finger and squeezed it until two drops of blood fell onto the sheets.
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