Definition of daybed
1 : a chaise longue of a type made 1680–1780
2 : a couch that can be converted into a bed
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No scene is more dreamy than the one in which the corporal, confined to a daybed in the school’s music room, has his torso scrubbed by Miss Martha.
Soak up the sun and the panoramic views from a private daybed, take a dip in the sea and reward yourself with literally anything from their extensive beach cocktail list.
Larger areas can accommodate a full dining set, outdoor couches and coffee tables, even trendy, covered daybeds.
During one posed moment while sprawled out on her daybed, Perry beckoned Muffin.
Guests can bring blankets, rent beach chairs or purchase a family package that includes a daybed, chairs and s’mores.
Plus, the original, Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa with its seawater pool, in-the-sand daybeds adorned in yellow and cream, and rosé on Scarpetta Beach, are just a 90-minute boat ride or 15-minute seaplane away.
Six-month-old Brandon Alex's babysitter tried for 40 minutes in March to call 911 after the baby rolled off a daybed onto the floor.
Members start with pre-flight access to private super-luxe suites complete with bathrooms, daybeds, and walls-of-windows views of the runways.
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Definition of daybed for English Language Learners
: a bed that is made to be used also as a seat or couch
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