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Definition of "bedrid" [bed•rid]

  • Bedridden (adjective)

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Use "bedrid" in a sentence
  • "My old lord lay long bedrid of the gout, and the wight I have described lived in an estate some few miles distant."
  • "Christ, and fear of God; the which, good Christian, thou mayest do, and do acceptably, even though thou shouldst lie bedrid all thy days; thou mayest also be sick and believe, be sick and love, be sick and fear God, and so be a blessed man."
  • "Master Loomis had been eager to go to the war; but his mother was a poor bedrid woman, dependent on him for support, and all the dignitaries of the town combined in advising and urging him to stay at home for the sake of their children, as well as his mother."
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