Examples of bedfellow in a Sentence
a child-welfare cause that has made bedfellows of activists who are normally on opposite ends of the political spectrum
Recent Examples of bedfellow from the Web
Politics can make strange bedfellows, and Mike Lindell, the guy who founded MyPillow, is getting a taste of that this week.
Gemini energy is playful, spontaneous, and a bit frenetic — a strange bedfellow for the second house.
The involvement of Comcast and Mr. Allen in a deal is a case of strange bedfellows.
The House vote on the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill saw some strange bedfellows in Central Florida.
That set up a strange-bedfellows kind of conversation.
Butte County is full of strange and extreme bedfellows.
Unlike political bedfellows Hungary and the Czech Republic, Poland is too big to fail.
Then again, despite the allure of one of 32 NFL head coaching jobs, McDaniels and the Colts just seemed like strange bedfellows.
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Definition of bedfellow for English Language Learners
: a person or thing that is associated or connected with another
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