featherbed[ feth -er-bed ]SEE DEFINITION OF featherbed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEATHERBED
I have heard of one who used to get into the middle of a featherbed.
Coming home it was a gorgeous winter's night on the Featherbed Mountain.
I have a piece of mutton and a featherbed for you at all times; I pray make haste.
A bit of straw matting, laid over a featherbed, and covered with the under sheet, makes a very cool bed for an infant.
It is, indeed, from no featherbed journey or carpet-knight's tour that Mr Coke has recently returned.
A simple strip of broad straw matting, spread over a featherbed, answers the same purpose.
Nothing is more debilitating, than, in warm weather, to sleep with a featherbed pressing round the greater part of the body.
Return to his bedroom, throw off the clothes, beat the featherbed, see that the fustian and sheets are clean.
After such a galvanic shock, I could have found, if that had been my need, a featherbed on the Arc de l'toile.
She had the featherbed temperament, and soothed masculine nerves exacerbated by the cruel exigencies of art.