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wa·ter bed

a mattress in the form of a closed rubber bag filled with water; used to prevent or treat pressure sores by equalizing the distribution of the patient's weight against the support.

water bed

A rubber mattress partially filled with warm water (100°F or 37.8°C). It is used to prevent and treat pressure sores. Synonym: hydrostatic bed
See also: bed
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A police underwater team recovered a sledgehammer and a crowbar on the water bed near to the spot where Mr Southall was found and these are currently being forensically examined.
Then there was the water bed that, during the couple of years when water beds were fashionable, I shared with my first wife, a very beautiful if rather highly strung young woman.
Brent Carpenter used the fire extinguisher from his patrol car to blast the flames consuming a water bed frame and child's swimming pool.
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He had a water bed, of course, and copies of Masters and Johnson, The Hite Report, The Joy of Sex, and More Joy.
With a number of manufacturers tapping into the possibilities of ultra-premium price points and more technologically advanced product, a water bed isn't just a water bed anymore.
Furious wife Heidi Grossbauer killed her husband and his mistress by drowning them in a water bed he had bought for their love nest in Munich.
Every month, Andrew, and Jennifer took Oscar to Ty Hafan where he loved lying on a water bed and listening to stories.
It's probably better than the place I first rented where if someone flushed the upstairs toilet my water bed dropped by two inches.
Unaware that the water bed had burst days before, it and her ceiling landed on them both, putting a real dampener on things.
The centre has a sensory studio with interactive bubble tube, lights, music and heated water bed, a soft play area, and a sensory cave.