Coverings, such as sheets and blankets, that are ordinarily used on a bed.(noun-plural)
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Use "bedclothes" in a sentence
"The bedclothes are the exact color of your eyes, which I imagined shining up at me as I made love to you."
"Often there is nothing that can be properly called bedclothes at all — just a heap of old overcoats and miscellaneous rags on a rusty iron bedstead."
"The bedclothes were a festival of natural fibers—cotton, wool, silk, mohair—all flavors of the same pale gray."