[ UK /mˈætɹəs/ ]
[ US /ˈmætɹəs/ ]
  1. a large thick pad filled with resilient material and often incorporating coiled springs, used as a bed or part of a bed
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How To Use mattress In A Sentence

  • Choose a soft, medium or firm mattress to suit their individual needs.
  • The bed stood in one corner, a rough wooden frame hooked to the wall and ropes looping back and forth to support a mattress. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE
  • However, acaricides do not penetrate far enough to kill mites deep inside the mattress and so are not as effective as when used on carpeting.
  • When you pulled on the ropes the mattress tightened, making the bed firmer. Times, Sunday Times
  • French glossary: coucher = to lie down matelas = mattress matelot = sailor vouloir = to want Mexican Humor..A New Forum?
  • The reason is that depositors will withdraw their money and keep it under the mattress. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bed was rickety, with a thin knotty mattress; the sand-colored walls were scratched and gouged; in every corner, under everything, were fluffy dust and cigar ashes; on the tilted wash-stand was a nicked and squatty pitcher; the only chair was a grim straight object of spotty varnish; but there was an altogether splendid gilt and rose cuspidor. Main Street
  • Then place the fitted sheet back on the mattress.
  • Guests sleep on mattresses (bring your own sleeping bags) in a communal area. Times, Sunday Times
  • She started clawing at the mattress until she broke it open and scattered the fluffy insides all over the cell.
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