daybed

[ UK /dˈe‍ɪbd/ ]
NOUN
  1. an armless couch; a seat by day and a bed by night
  2. a long chair; for reclining
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How To Use daybed In A Sentence

  • A. has her own room, bathroom and queen bed how will she ever go back to her "daybed"--actually converted crib? Archive 2007-07-01
  • But if your guests are commonly single travelers-a parent, or a college-age kid home from school, or a couch-surfing friend-then the daybed is a great solution. Apartment Therapy Main
  • Strangled to a kind of catatonia, she falls upon a daybed and has her throat slashed - by this point it is unclear whether that is adding insult to injury or vice versa. 31 Screams: Uta Levka
  • Many window seats and daybeds also offer handy storage for linens, blankets, and pillows.
  • One of my favorite porch pieces is my antique daybed, which is ideal for a summer nap, a great place to read the paper and lots of fun to redo on a regular basis. Heraldstandard.com: Home1 RSS feed
  • Just inside the French doors, a daybed works for sitting by day and slumbering by night.
  • A daybed, designed by James, is an ideal spot for reading a novel or reviewing a contract.
  • Your own private retreat can be as simple as an attic cubbyhole or as sophisticated as a daybed.
  • Vane straightened; as the door opened, he reached the back of the daybed. A RAKE'S VOW
  • I sit back down on the daybed and stare out the window again.
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