Synonyms and related words:
afghan, bed linen, bedclothes, bedcover, bedding, bedsheet, blanket, buffalo robe, case, clothes, comfort, comforter, contour sheet, counterpane, cover, coverlet, coverlid, eiderdown, fitted sheet, lap robe, linen, patchwork quilt, pillow slip, pillowcase, quilt, robe, rug, sheet, sheeting, slip, spread

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  • Bedspread — Bed spread , n. A bedquilt; a counterpane; a coverlet. [U. S.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bedspread — (n.) also bed spread, 1845, Amer.Eng., from BED (Cf. bed) (n.) + SPREAD (Cf. spread) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • bedspread — [n] thick, often quilted, covering for bed bedcover, blanket, counterpane, cover, coverlet, spread; concept 444 …   New thesaurus

  • bedspread — ► NOUN ▪ a decorative cloth used to cover a bed …   English terms dictionary

  • bedspread — ☆ bedspread [bed′spred΄ ] n. a cover spread over the blanket on a bed, mainly for ornament …   English World dictionary

  • bedspread — /bed spred /, n. an outer covering, usually decorative, for a bed. [1835 45, Amer.; BED + SPREAD] * * * ▪ soft furnishing  top cover of a bed, put on for tidiness or display rather than warmth. Use of a bedspread is an extremely ancient custom,… …   Universalium

  • bedspread — UK [ˈbedˌspred] / US noun [countable] Word forms bedspread : singular bedspread plural bedspreads a top cover for a bed, used mainly for decoration …   English dictionary

  • bedspread — [[t]be̱dspred[/t]] bedspreads N COUNT A bedspread is a decorative cover which is put over a bed, on top of the sheets and blankets. Syn: coverlet …   English dictionary

  • bedspread — noun Date: 1835 a usually ornamental cloth cover for a bed …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bedspread — noun a) The topmost covering of a bed, often functioning as a blanket. b) A coverlet …   Wiktionary

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