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sickbed

(sĭk′bĕd′)
n.
A sick person's bed.
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Mark Pembridge 7 Stepped from his sick-bed to perform bravely and help his side to win the midfield battle.
It had all kinds of statistics, intense research, much supporting testimony, but also a sort of doomsday voice intoning all kinds of sick-bed problems.
Now he's in a coma and Kelly and his mum Mimi are slugging it out over who's going to be the one to tend his sick-bed.
PAUL FOSTER got out of his sick-bed yesterday to defeat David Bolt from Sunderland 12-2 6-10 2-0 in their quarter-final meeting at Great Yarmouth.
She heard her lover of 18 months had a raunchy nightwith girls he picked up at a nightclub while she was confined to her sick-bed with exhaustion.
Ward crawled out of his sick-bed to help lift Barnsley off the bottom of the Premiership with a priceless first-half winner at Anfield.
DEREK ASAMOAH came off his sick-bed to shoot down luckless Torquay.
MORTON striker Kevin Twaddle climbed out of his sick-bed to help earn Billy Stark's men a point - and almost snatched all three.
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat condemned the killings from his sick-bed in Paris.
WENT down with a touch of the old flu this week so got to watch the lunchtime programme on Channel 4 from the luxury sick-bed. Well, I've not seen anything as lightweight since Karen Carpenter finished her diet.
FLU victim Terry Christie phoned from his sick-bed yesterday to accept the post as manager of Alloa.