We have no meanings for "warm beds" in our records yet.
Men sprang out of their warm beds, and, half-dressed, rushed to the lifeboat.
Beyond darkened windows men and women slept in warm beds, touching each other.
They were all in their warm beds, while we floated past, freezing to death.
Hot meals and warm beds, that's what you'll be wanting.
But from warm beds of repose!
You have only one thought: to get the upper hand and lie snugly in the warm beds of the middle-classes.
Maybe some part of me remembered what Midwinter had been like with my family: warm meals and warm beds afterward.
From where Faith stood, it appeared that few others had left their warm beds to check on their livestock personally.
Now the wails of children yanked from their warm beds blended with the sounds of pounding feet and shouted commands.
If you think they're going to get out of their warm beds and travel miles to meet you, you are mistaken.
The poor fellows who are now trudging along in the darkness and storm, will think, doubtless, of home and warm beds.
Benches of earth along the sides were made into warm beds, and storage areas were dug down to the cold permafrost level.
Thousands of survivors who spent two nights marooned in buildings without light, heat or food on Friday night slept in warm beds.
The shift commander, upon hearing the magic word 'overtime', marched into the section house and volunteered everyone out of their nice warm beds.
For us, it was the end of a long day in slush-covered mud and our thoughts were turning to hot baths and warm beds.
But I entreated him to go to the hall door, whilst I flew off to get my lazy maids out of their warm beds.
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Warm beds through the time
Warm beds across language varieties