teddy bear

  1. plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)
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How To Use teddy bear In A Sentence

  • In a quick tour, he points out the pupfish pond, a nature trail, and the cactus and native plants, all labeled so you can distinguish a teddy bear cholla from a beavertail cactus.
  • I find that a heated bedwarmer and a microwaveable teddy bear go a long way to replace a missing husband. Left Behind
  • She wore a light blue nightgown with teddy bears on it and black wristbands.
  • He's as cuddlesome as a teddy bear, and not a brand new, freshly stuffed one from Build-a-Bear, a well-loved one, missing some stuffing, and maybe an eye, and a button on his overalls. Finding Amanda, losing Matthew Broderick
  • He patched things up with a teddy bear. The Sun
  • He had a scruffy old teddy bear which went by the name of Augustus.
  • Give your dog an old teddy bear with treats hidden inside for your pooch to dig out. The Sun
  • They looked at floral tributes and about 40 cuddly toys and teddy bears left by locals. The Sun
  • The teddy bears will be equipped with their own small parachute and harness, and carried aloft by a giant kite - then dropped from a height.
  • I like this baby bedding set at Overstock.com but it's not very 'babyish' in the sense of bunnies, teddy bears, bouncing frogs and whatnot. Archive 2009-02-01
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