Material, especially straw, on which animals sleep.(noun)
A bottom layer; a foundation.(noun)
Geology Stratification of rocks into beds.(noun)
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Use "bedding" in a sentence
"The single most important factor that determines the quality of your bedding is the quality of material that it is made of."
"To prevent this the workmen have a contrivance which they call bedding the tree, which is thus executed."
"Head gardeners like John Caie, John Gibson and John Fleming rose to the challenge of presenting tender summer annuals in bedding displays, a form of planting that came to epitomise the Victorian garden and which remains fashionable today."