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Synonyms for bed

Synonyms for bed

to go to bed

to engage in sexual relations with

Synonyms for bed

(geology) a stratum of rock (especially sedimentary rock)

a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit

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single thickness of usually some homogeneous substance

the flat surface of a printing press on which the type form is laid in the last stage of producing a newspaper or magazine or book etc

a foundation of earth or rock supporting a road or railroad track

furnish with a bed

place (plants) in a prepared bed of soil

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put to bed

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I had my eye on the circular bed - when I realised it would fit, I just had to have it'
The superbly fitted-out show penthouse grabbed attention with its interesting, curvy layout and an imaginative luxury finish which included a circular bed, circular ensuite facilities, a walk-through shower and astonishing lengths of balcony space.
The mosaic will replace an old tree in a circular bed which is in poor condition and needs to be felled and will much improve the appearance of this entrance.
One way you could do this is with that shagadelic icon of the 60's, the circular bed.
THIS garden relies on the network of brick paths that radiate from a central circular bed, which features an enormous terracotta pot as the focal point, to create the design or shape of the garden.
One of the main features in the Formula 1 ace's new loveboat is a giant circular bed.
There are chocolate and silver borders surrounding a circular bed and a productive kitchen garden.
For a mix of styles, pair a circular bed edged with informal planting with a neatly clipped box hedge.
A A CIRCULAR bed 5ft in diameter would be ideal for three rose bushes.
The gardens are a picture, laid out formally at the front with a circular bed and heavily planted at the back with mature trees and shrubs including camellias, berberis and hydgrangea.
This is a circular bed with herbs arranged in a cartwheel pattern.
If you need a straight-line remedy in this area you can use a square or rectangular bed, but otherwise go for an oval or circular bed.
The varieties have such names as Excalibur, Tintagel, Merlin, Guinevere and the like so we can expect at least 12 other varieties eventually which I suppose you could always plant around a circular bed with Excalibur in the middle.