A Bed of Roses
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"A bed of roses" is a book by William Sansom.
- also known as "A bed of roses, a novel"
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by George Crabb
What serves as a bed, whether natural or artificial, as a garden-bed, a place parted off or disposed as a bed; thus, a bed of roses. Bed of a river, the bottom of a channel in which the stream usually flows. Bed of makes, a knot of young snakes.
by Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick, C. M. Schwarz
bed a bed of roses (in/) an easy or comfortable place, job etc. Life is not a bed of roses. get out of bed on the wrong side to start the day in a bad mood: You must have got out of bed on the wrong side this morning — you're so grumpy! have ...
Universal Technological Dictionary Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1851)
Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers ; in Two Volumes
What serves as a bed, whether natural or artificial, as a garden-bed, a place parted off or disposed as a bed; thus, a bed of roses. Bed of a river, the bottom of a channel in which the stream usually flows. Bed of snakes, a knot of young snakes.
by John Ayto
a bed of roses a situation or activity that is comfortable or easy. die in your bed: see DIE. fall out of bed suffer financial or commercial ...
by Maurice Waite
a bed of roses a comfortable or easy situation. bed and breakfast n. sleeping accommodation and breakfast in a guest house or hotel. bedbug n. a bug which sucks the blood of sleeping humans. bedclothes ...
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