sickbed


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sickbed

(sĭk′bĕd′)
n.
A sick person's bed.
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Memories of his early life flood back to Alamayu as he lies, full of fever, on his sickbed at Rugby, and he tells his story in a series of flashbacks, gradually making sense of all the events and circumstances that have brought him to this strange life and resolving to return to his homeland one day.
My sickbed visitors included diplomats--from both sides of the conflict--and a bevy of politicians.
Cumbria's Laura Park, who won the English Schools' Intermediate title seven days earlier, rose from her sickbed to win the world trial for junior women.
Even from his sickbed in the aftermath of what reportedly was intestinal surgery, he has effectively vetoed his brother's ideas for moving Cuba's government in a less oppressive direction.
Chick said she also left her sickbed on the 35th anniversary of the U.
MARK 'Buzz' Burrows got up out of his sickbed last night to save patched-up Cleveland Bays another headache.
Jones was too ill to travel to Cardiff from his sickbed at Thornfield Park Hospital in Newbury, Wiltshire, for his sentencing hearing yesterday.
His uber-loyalty to Dubya clearly outweighs his loyalty to the law, as the sickbed strong-arming of Ashcroft on illegal surveillance only clarifies.
Ebert said he had been avoiding high-profile films like "The Departed," "Flags of Our Fathers" and "World Trade Center" during his recuperation, preferring to see them in a theater rather than on video from his sickbed.
Arafat, whose illness and condition is still shrouded in mystery, ordered the release of tens of thousands of dollars to Fatah terrorists in Gaza - while he was on his sickbed.
Certainly the sleepy little Lincolnshire residency will have seen nothing like the Geordie lad who was due to leave his sickbed in Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary to head south today.
Although he didn't have a sickbed conversion like St.