Definition of nightstand
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A nightstand in Estefano’s room holds three high-priority items: an angel candle, a framed picture of Jesus and his medication.
Chair, vintage bentwood; nightstand, vintage—Pacific Galleries; pacgal.com.
Rooms are full of knotty pine flooring, platform beds, polished gold sconces, nightstands born out of tree stumps, and woven tapestries—plus, luxurious free-standing soaking tubs.
A search of the house Rollerson was buying from Chart turned up $60,000 in cash in a nightstand and thousands more in a bag, the detective reported.
This no-contact-necessary sensor uses echolocation technologies to track your breathing, heart rate, sleep cycle, and more from your nightstand, then compiles that data to give you personalized suggestions on how to maximize your snooze time.
The headboard and nightstands in the master suite are custom built-ins, as is a wet bar, sitting area, desk and walk-in closet.
Amazon's sleeper hit Echo and its challenger Google Home have claimed spots on countertops and nightstands across America.
Drugs were easy to find: a package of heroin on the railing leading to a basement; another batch on a shelf above a nightstand.
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First Known Use of nightstand
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Definition of nightstand for English Language Learners
: a small table that is next to a bed
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