92 Metaphors for  bedded

92 Metaphors for bedded

A day and a night have I been in the deep, like the man in the good book; and bed is the best of medicine for a ducking;' and the colonel shook him kindly by the hand and disappeared.

The bed, to begin with, was a massive, towering edifice with a headboard that scraped the lofty ceiling.

The Messel lake bed was probably a center point for drainage from nearby rivers and creeks.

I have poured divers jugfuls of water over Comrade Spiller's bed, Comrade Robinson's bed, Comrade Stone'sSpiller, Spiller, these are harsh words; where you pick them up I can't thinknot from me.

He compassionates himself all over; and his bed is a very discipline of humanity, and tender heart.

This was traced up to the southward till 3.0 p.m., when we entered a deep gorge in a sandstone range, the bed of the stream becoming very stony and full of melaleuca-trees; it, however, contained many fine pools and strong running springs, with a small supply of grass.

Dr. Payson's death-bed is indeed a deeply interesting history.

The oldest sea-beds preserved to us are sands, and mud, and pebbles, the wear and tear of rocks which were formed in still older oceans.

And when, on the first morning of his tenancy, he was awakened by a brilliant sun, the young man had a sensation of comfort and satisfaction quite new in his experience; for he was really at home; the bed he slept on, the table he ate at and wrote upon, were his own possessions; he thought with pity of his lodging-house life, and felt a joyous assurance that here he would do better work than ever before.

Their wealth consists in land and cattle; their dwellings are generally of reeds, their beds are mats made of Asouman (maranta juncea) and leopards' skins; and their cloathing broad pieces of cotton.

The beds are iron with wire springs, the mattresses stuffed with vegetable fibre, the number of blankets not limited.

The bed, a single chair and a mirror and stand were its sole furnishing.

Being free from scrub, the bed of the river was good travelling ground, large flooded-gum trees and melaleuca-trees affording an agreeable shade.

'A bed of glittering light' is a delightful description of the attitude of Don Quixote's mind towards external nature while passing through the desert.

* By the way, in answer to a Correspondent, who signs himself "AN ARTFUL DREDGER, WHO WISHES TO LIVE OUT OF TOWN," we beg to inform him that "Beds" is not a county specially celebrated for oysters.

And after a time the fires of the Cascades burned away; the inland sea was drained and its bed became a fair and habitable land, and still the waters gushed through the narrow crevices roaring seaward.

A bed of leaves is not a bad thing where there are no mattresses, and such a bed is often used as a matter of course.

We see it in the sunshine, and it is like a large English landscape garden; but the greensward plain is here the deep sea, the flower-beds in it are rocks and reefs, rich in firs and pines, oaks and bushes.

A German bed is as follows: a paillasse, over that a mattress, then a featherbed with a sheet fastened to it, and over that again another featherbed with a sheet fastened to it; and thus you lie between two featherbeds; but these are not always of sufficient length, and you are often obliged to coil up your legs or be exposed to have them frozen by their extending beyond the featherbeds; for the cold is very great during the winter.

de Galatea, in the same manner feigns his Lychoris tormenting herself for want of sleep, sighing, sobbing, and lamenting; and Eustathius in his Ismenias much troubled, and [5250] "panting at heart, at the sight of his mistress," he could not sleep, his bed was thorns.

When you look at such a collection as he has formed, and bethink you that these elephantine bones did veritably carry their owners about, and these great grinders crunch, in the dark woods of which the forest- bed is now the only trace, it is impossible not to feel that they are as good evidence of the lapse of time as the annual rings of the tree stumps.

MY BED IS A BOAT.

The bed was course and dirty; and on turning down the ragged covers, I saw with horror, a dark brown stain near the pillow, like that of blood!

But the beds made of beech-leaves are really no whit behind them in these qualities, whilst the fragrant smell of green tea, which the leaves retain, is most gratifying.

Bed is the place for youth when night falls, but if this seem to you too early you can sit with me for an hour in the parlour, and I will read you a discourse of Doctor Sherlock that will banish vain thoughts, and leave you in a fit frame for quiet sleep.'

A German bed is as follows: a paillasse, over that a mattress, then a featherbed with a sheet fastened to it, and over that again another featherbed with a sheet fastened to it; and thus you lie between two featherbeds; but these are not always of sufficient length, and you are often obliged to coil up your legs or be exposed to have them frozen by their extending beyond the featherbeds; for the cold is very great during the winter.

Comfy bed and a menu of bed time extras was a nice touch.

The first bed which you will generally find upon the water-worn surface of the chalk is a layer of green-sand and green-coated flints.

Bed is a very crowded affair, in which many half-undressed children sleep covered with the remainder of the day's wardrobe.

The beds are square blocks of cement, without even a mattress.

The lower bed was of straw, the upper of feathers, whose extreme heat kept me awake for a portion of the night, and whose abundant fluffy exhalations suggested incipient asthma during another portion.

His bed is the earth and the heaven is his canopy, the sun is his summer's comfort and the moon is his winter candle.

Now, at the end of a long Dry, the river bed is dust though a respectable river flows underground.

The second day of August we arriued in Cyprus, at a towne called Missagh: the people there be very rude, and like beasts, and no better they eat their meat sitting vpon the ground, with their legges a crosse like tailors, their beds for the most part be hard stones, but

The bed was the commonest iron type; and the other articles of furniture were chosen with a strict regard for utility.

And His softest bed was hay.

The roses or flowers of a purple color formed its outermost circle, others of a yellow golden color formed the next interior circle, within this were others of a bright blue, and the inmost of a shining green; and within this rainbow rose-bed was a small lake of limpid water.

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I didn't think much of the supper last night; but stillthe beds are comfortable enoughI am afraid you don't like animals?" "Yes, sir, in their proper place."

'Leafy beds' are no strange thingnot mere poetry.

Her bed was a teasterway high up, had a big stool to step on to go up in there and she had it curtained off.

The brightest geraniums blossomed in small beds through the grass, and several long flower beds were one brilliant mass of bloom, while giant sun-flowers reared their golden heads the entire length of the farm.

Imagine how the bed became an unsteady hammock of wire and how the contrivance creaked at each vibration of my body.

But I could never imagine its beautiful banks would so shortly Be to a rampart transformed, to keep from our borders the Frenchman, And its wide-spreading bed be a moat all passage to hinder.

The long day's battle with wind and watersuch wind and such water!had tired us both, and an early bed was the obvious program.

Their beds are very rude fixtures, consisting of poles, one end of which rests in the walls and the other on two legs: it is remarkable that they call them kat.

"Bed was the sky.

"Well, that bed at Holy Cross isn't any whiter than this," laughed the Boy.

But I could never imagine its beautiful banks would so shortly Be to a rampart transformed, to keep from our borders the Frenchman, And its wide-spreading bed be a moat all passage to hinder.

Running down this dry, clean bed was the easiest going I ever found in the canyon.