How to use ‘a bed’ in a sentence

Are you looking for sentences with ‘a bed’? See these examples of use.

Language and Literature and a B.Ed., he began composing songs designed to help children learn English, French and Spanish using popular styles of music. Now residing in LaSalle, Ontario, with his wife and two children, he has taught English and French to students from grades one to twelve for the past sixteen years.

Zainab College, Cherkkala is a B.Ed. college of Chengala village in Kasaragod District, India.

… be a shed shared with domestic livestock or a hayloft, or even a bed made with rhododendron branches. A number of times he dined on chamois or bouquetin (alpine ibex), which he preferred, given by local hunters.

Writer Michael Fallon traces the genre to the work of Chris Burden in California in the 1970s. Burden spent five days in a locker in Five-Day Locker Piece (1971), had himself shot in Shoot (1971), and lived for 22 days in a bed in an art gallery in Bed Piece (1972).

… purchase more advanced machinery. Within a brief time span, the company employed 32 people and manufactured tables, chairs, and a bedroom set. The solid oak bedroom set sold for nine dollars and included a bed, dresser, and washstand.

… enticed to drink wine, dabbles with Wantonness and fall asleep in Forgetfulness’ arms. Servants carry him inside and put him on a bed, and music begins to play with the intent of keeping him asleep until he dies, in which case his corpse…

… major argument. She leaves and Reggie stays with his gran, who will not leave her own house. He brings in Pete, who has been forced to leave his lodgings, to stay as a lodger with her. The two share a bed at her house. Meanwhile Dot shows an…

Work on the sub-fluvial tunnel underneath the Seine, between the Chambre des Députés station (now known as Assemblée nationale) and Concorde, took place between July 1907 and July 1909. This 657 m long section runs through a bed of…

… finally an insubordinate folding table that he tries (and fails) to use as a bed after inadvertently destroying his own. Acting like a bucking bronco, the table eventually throws him out the window and into a bush; three quails, in turn, toss him out into the open, where he literally gets mixed up with a hunter’s dogs.

Woodland Plantation, in West Pointe à la Hache, Louisiana, is the mansion depicted in A Home on the Mississippi, an 1871 lithograph which later was licensed for use on the label of Southern Comfort after prohibition ended. Privately owned, it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1998. It is operated as a bed and breakfast.

Banbury, was moved from its original location on the north bank of Fairly Lake to the west end of Wolseley to allow expansion of Lakeside Care Home in the 1980s. The Banbury House Inn now serves as a bed and breakfast.

Washington, purchased the station, and was unable to obtain financing for his plan to convert the light into a bed and breakfast, and after an unsuccessful attempt to auction the light on E-bay, it was sold privately again. The light was bought by Dr. James Southard, Jr. for $119,000, and was again up for sale in 2012, including a nearby waterfront lot, for $288,000.

Withyham village itself is very small, containing a few houses, the church, a bed and breakfast, and the Dorset Arms (a village pub which was once a farmhouse).

… warehouses.Another RV Park lies south across the old concrete bridge nearer to the Snake River South Fork. A bed and breakfast appears on the map here as the Sheffield House The Thornton Shell gas station and convenience store lies between…

… he winds up falling into a drug-induced slumber in a bed of freshly cut cane, and is killed when the cane is fed into a milling machine).

… plants. This new process uses molecular sieves to remove water from fuel ethanol. In this process, ethanol vapor under pressure passes through a bed of molecular sieve beads. The bead’s pores are sized to allow adsorption of water while…

With a simple plot, the video begins with Torres sleeping in a bed, where he later begins to dream and finds himself in a forest where the landscape is green with a beautiful lake where everything revolves around the song.

With a bed capacity of 802 and a complement of 564, the Benevolence departed for the Pacific on 27 July 1945 to provide hospital services, consultation, preventive medicine, and casualty evacuation. Receiving battle casualties from the 3rd Fleet during campaigns against Japan.

With a bed capacity of 802 and a complement of 564, Consolation joined the Pacific Fleet to provide hospital services, consultation, preventive medicine and casualty evacuation. Arriving on station in the Pacific after Victory over Japan…

With a bed capacity of 750 and a complement of 564, the Repose departed Norfolk on 8 July 1945 for the Pacific. Serving as a casualty transport from various ports in the Pacific Ocean, the Repose also served as a base hospital ship in…

Imitate experienced writers

Get inspired by millions of examples while writing.