sickbed

[ UK /sˈɪkbd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the bed on which a sick person lies
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How To Use sickbed In A Sentence

  • There's not only a killer at large on the island, there's also a deadly disease in the air, and Dalgliesh spends the latter half of the investigation confined to his sickbed while the two younger officers act for him.
  • Among his paintings are a number in which the hot and cold chills of fevers, their hallucinations and frights, are vividly evoked in what might be thought of as sickbed scenes.
  • Usually rendered as Good Samaritans, doctors in paintings typically hover near sickbeds or deathbeds, dispensing solace and advice.
  • The Lord will sustain him upon his sickbed; In his illness, You restore him to health.
  • Four years ago as he waited for his liver transplant, the seriously ill ex-international left his sickbed to attend a game against Spain, and to go onto the pitch with youngsters to promote peace and harmony.
  • Some students are still in hospital or their sickbed, while others have gone back in wheelchairs or using walking sticks.
  • Hands that had once been plump and sleek and were now thinner with the bluish white tinge of the sickbed. PROSECUTOR
  • And just so you don't have to rise from a sickbed over the long weekend, I'll try not to be polemical here and require a reply. Wisconsin: Dueling statistics about public employees
  • His friends described his last three weeks in sickbed, attended to by them and members of his family. Haibun: Elegy for Caroline
  • But prop star Smith showed he can be the club's talisman when fit by climbing off his sickbed last Saturday to set Pock on their way to victory over Beverley.
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