get out of bed


: to arise after a period of sleep
It's time to get out of bed.

Examples of get out of bed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Every morning, Bard would get out of bed and head to the field for another day of disaster. Louisa Thomas, The New Yorker, 12 June 2023 By that summer, Sample was reliant on supplemental oxygen and could barely get out of bed. Marisa Iati, Washington Post, 24 Feb. 2023 Just a few days ago, her daughter didn't even want to get out of bed, aggravated (and at times overwhelmed) by the pain of sitting up in 30-minute increments. Brian Haenchen, The Indianapolis Star, 30 Jan. 2023 The nuns typically sleep between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.; students sometimes don’t get out of bed until noon. Kyle Melnick, Washington Post, 9 Dec. 2022 My parents bribed me with everything to get out of bed. CBS News, 5 Nov. 2022 Along with your marketing team and other departments, develop a content strategy that highlights and showcases why somebody would be excited to get out of bed and work for you that day. Nathan Peart, Forbes, 28 June 2022 There is technology that alerts staff when a resident enters another resident’s room or even when residents get out of bed. Sahana Jayaraman,, 1 May 2023 There are two types of people in the world: those who spring up when their morning alarm goes off ready to pounce on the day ahead, and those who begrudgingly get out of bed and only start to feel alive as the sun sets. Orianna Rosa Royle, Fortune, 25 Apr. 2023

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“Get out of bed.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 15 Apr. 2024.

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