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Another word for bed

  1. The lowest or supporting part or structure

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  1. To go to bed.

  2. To provide with often temporary lodging.

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  3. To engage in sexual relations with

      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. To share a bed or bedroom with.
      2. (idiomatic) To have sexual intercourse with.
      1. One of a matched pair:
      2. A spouse or romantic partner.
      3. Either of a pair of birds or other animals that associate in order to propagate.
      1. To be in possession of:
      2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
      3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
      1. Two items of the same kind; a pair.
      2. Something that joins or connects two things together; a link.
      3. Two people united, as by betrothal or marriage.
      1. To engage in sexual intercourse in which the penis is inserted into the vagina.
      2. To transfer male reproductive cells from one individual to another, usually into an internal organ or cavity, such as a cloaca. Used of animals.
      3. Coupled; joined.

Another word for bed

  1. A place of rest

      1. A framework or stand in or on which to hold, hang, or display various articles:
      2. A triangular frame for arranging billiard or pool balls at the start of a game.
      3. A receptacle for livestock feed.
      1. A bag, especially one made of strong material for holding grain or objects in bulk.
      2. The amount that a sack can hold:
      3. A short loose-fitting garment for women and children.
      1. Grass or other plants, such as clover or alfalfa, cut and dried for fodder.
      2. A trifling amount of money:
      3. To mow and cure grass and herbage for hay.
      1. To fall or lie down heavily and noisily:
      2. To move about loosely or limply:
      3. To fail utterly:
      1. A place to live:
      2. Sleeping accommodations:
      3. Furnished rooms in another's house rented for accommodation.
      1. A place where winged animals, especially birds or bats, rest or sleep.
      2. A group of animals in a roost.
      3. A place for temporary rest or sleep:
      1. A narrow bed built like a shelf into or against a wall.
      2. A bunk bed.
      3. A place for sleeping.
      1. Any of various light open carriages, often with a collapsible hood, especially a two-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse.
      2. A post chaise.
      3. A chaise longue.
      1. Sufficient space for a vessel to maneuver; sea room:
      2. A space for a vessel to dock or anchor:
      3. Employment on a vessel:
      1. The frame supporting a bed.
      1. A narrow bed, especially one made of canvas on a collapsible frame.
      2. A crib.
      1. A usually rectangular pad of heavy cloth filled with soft material or an arrangement of coiled springs, used as or on a bed.
      2. An airtight inflatable pad used as or on a bed or as a cushion.
      3. A closely woven mat of brush and poles used to protect an embankment, a dike, or a dam from erosion.
      1. A projection on a machine part, such as a pawl for controlling the motion of a ratchet wheel in a watch escapement, that engages the teeth of a ratchet wheel to convert reciprocating motion to rotary motion or vice versa.
      2. A wooden, shovellike potter's tool used for mixing and shaping clay.
      3. A metal tool used for printing on book bindings.
      1. A sofa.
      2. A sofa on which a patient lies while undergoing psychoanalysis or psychiatric treatment.
      3. The frame or floor on which grain, usually barley, is spread in malting.
  2. A foundation

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  3. A garden plot

      1. A bed of soil cultivated for planting seeds.
      2. An area or source of growth or gradual manifestation:
      1. An unheated outdoor structure consisting of a wooden or concrete frame and a top of glass or clear plastic, used for protecting and acclimatizing seedlings and plants.
      1. An environment conducive to vigorous growth or development, especially of something undesirable:
      2. A glass-covered bed of soil heated with fermenting manure or by electricity, used for germinating seeds or protecting tender plants.
      1. the act or an instance of putting seeds or young plants into the soil
      2. something planted, as in a decorative garden or along a border
      1. A series of objects placed next to each other, usually in a straight line.
      2. A succession without a break or gap in time:
      3. A line of adjacent seats, as in a theater, auditorium, or classroom.
      1. A roughly bounded part of the space on a surface; a region:
      2. A surface, especially an open, unoccupied piece of ground:
      3. A distinct part or section, as of a building, set aside for a specific function:
      1. A plot of land used for the cultivation of flowers, vegetables, herbs, or fruit.
      2. An arrangement of living material that is cultivated for food, as a fungus garden maintained by ants.
      3. Grounds laid out with flowers, trees, and ornamental shrubs and used for recreation or display:
      1. A part that forms the outer edge of something.
      2. A decorative strip around the edge of something, such as fabric.
      3. A strip of ground, as at the edge of a garden or walk, in which ornamental plants or shrubs are planted.
      1. A small piece of ground, generally used for a specific purpose:
      2. A measured area of land; a lot.
      3. A ground plan, as for a building; a diagram.
      1. To remove clothing or covering from:
      2. To remove or take off (clothing or covering):
      3. To remove an exterior coating, as of paint or varnish, from:
      1. A small piece of material affixed to another, larger piece to conceal, reinforce, or repair a worn area, hole, or tear.
      2. A small piece of cloth used for patchwork.
      3. A small cloth badge affixed to a garment as a decoration or an insignia, as of a military unit.
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      1. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      2. To establish securely, as in the mind or consciousness; instill:
      3. To insert or embed (an object or a device) surgically:
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. To fix firmly in a surrounding mass:
      2. To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole:
      3. To insert or position (a clause or phrase) within a clause or phrase.