couch


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Synonyms for couch

to convey in language or words of a particular form

Synonyms for couch

a flat coat of paint or varnish used by artists as a primer

a narrow bed on which a patient lies during psychiatric or psychoanalytic treatment

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formulate in a particular style or language

References in classic literature ?
She came near his couch and said, "Are you better to-day, my dear slave?
On this elegant couch lay Prince Rainbow, looking more beautiful than ever, and sunk in profound slumber, in which he had been held ever since his disappearance.
He threw his affectation of detachment to the winds, moved his shoulders slightly, very slightly, made a step nearer to the couch, and looked down on her with an expression of amused courtesy.
And yet nowhere about her, in antechamber or corridor, was there sign of any other being than herself and the recumbent figure of Tario, the jeddak, who watched her through half-closed eyes from the gorgeous trappings of his regal couch.
Glinda ordered her own royal couch to be placed in the center of the tent.
Turning at the entrance she pointed to the corpse upon the floor of the outer room, and then crossing the alcove she raised some draperies which covered a couch and fell to the floor upon all sides, disclosing an opening beneath the furniture.
I saw the dead O-Mai lying upon the floor of his sleeping chamber with one foot tangled in the sleeping silks and furs upon his couch.
Then he drew an easy chair to the side of the couch where Mr.
He dosed himself with chlorodyne, took his own pulse, smoked a thermometer, and lay back on the couch with a suppressed groan.
She lay on a couch covered with purple silk, under draperies of green velvet to keep her warm.
The Cat, quite forgetting her present condition, started up from the couch and pursued the mouse, wishing to eat it.
A CONVENTION of female writers, which for two days had been stuffing Woman's couch with goose-quills and hailing the down of a new era, adjourned with unabated enthusiasm, shouting, "Place aux dames
On a couch opposite sat a man, half undressed for bed, reading a book.
I can scarce tell you, said he, sitting down on the side of the couch, and resting his chin upon his hand.
And laughter-loving Aphrodite, with face turned away and lovely eyes downcast, crept to the well-spread couch which was already laid with soft coverings for the hero; and upon it lay skins of bears and deep-roaring lions which he himself had slain in the high mountains.