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
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Strange bedfellows: Orlando lawyer John Morgan (pictured) was the money behind the constitutional amendment that legalized medical marijuana in the state.
As in politics, where today’s disgraced pol was yesterday’s rising star, fashion makes for strange bedfellows.
Today, of course, in the strange bedfellows whirl of Wall Street and Washington, Mr. Icahn is one of Mr. Trump’s biggest supporters and is now acting as a special adviser on regulatory reform.
Strange bedfellows, some would think: a Baptist minister and a Jewish lawyer.
At its heart are two strange bedfellows: the Ennahda and Nidaa Tunis parties.
Former President Obama allowed his Bureau of Land Management managers to steamroll opponents of the SunZia project in New Mexico and Arizona, which included conservative ranchers, the Sierra Club and Mr. Obama’s own EPA—not your everyday bedfellows.
Traditional tailoring and youthful rebellion sound like strange bedfellows.
The United Arab Emirates picked an odd bedfellow for developing its first combat jet.
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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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