Crossword clues for bedfellow
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bedfellow \Bed"fel`low\, n. One who lies with another in the same bed; a person who shares one's couch.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. 1 One with whom one shares a bed. 2 An associate, often an otherwise improbable one.
n. a temporary associate; "politics makes strange bedfellows"
a person with whom you share a bed
Usage examples of "bedfellow".
But loneliness makes a cold bedfellow, she thought as she changed into her nightgown.
But he and I, for so long mysterious bedfellows, are now enemies, and I dread his attacks because I feel his increasing strength.
Ida was a tiny bit put out over this, as she and I had been bedfellows since I was a baby, but Aunt Queen soothed her so that she let it go.
Between Blotto and his uninvited bedfellow there was scarcely any sleep at all for Hunter Hawk that night.
I sent her away with a fee of two ducats, but before she went she gave me her address written in German with four Latin verses beneath, stating that her bedfellow would find her either Hebe or Ganymede, according to his liking.
Reseune's going to have real trouble meeting its contracts and all its political bedfellows are going to scramble for their pants.
The Expansionist coalition held firm, the Abolitionists were in retreat and Corain and the Centrists had lost ground, losing Gorodin to the Expansionist camp where he had always belonged, but Nasir Harad, damn him, snuggled close to Gorodin, the source of the fat Defense contracts for his station, and State and Defense and Information were the coalition within the Expansionist coalition—the secret bedfellows.
Politics may make strange bedfellows, but bedfellows make deadly politics.
Citizen Admiral Agnelli, Carson's theoretical ally currently controlled three more, but Agnelli and Carson had been strange bedfellows from the beginning.
Not, perhaps, for the same reasons which had produced Houseman's obvious pleasure, but he'd long since accepted that politics made strange bedfellows.
It's just an illustration of the old gag about adversity making strange bedfellows.
I'll have a good look at him then, and perhaps we may become jolly good bedfellows after all--there's no telling.
The Expansionist coalition held firm, the Abolitionists were in retreat and Corain and the Centrists had lost ground, losing Gorodin to the Expansionist camp where he had always belonged, but Nasir Harad, damn him, snuggled close to Gorodin, the source of the fat Defense contracts for his station, and State and Defense and Information were the coalition within the Expansionist coalition-the secret bedfellows.
Sometimes I dream of him, sometimes he is standing by my bedpost, sometimes he is stretched between the sheets, touching me--the most uncomfortable bedfellow I ever had.
I realize that discussing kiddie sniffles and herpes simplex in the same breath is a bit -- incongruous, shall we say, but we are dealing with the demon Virus here, which makes for strange bedfellows, to say nothing of making bedfellows strange.