Bedtimes [noun]

Definition of Bedtimes:

time for bed

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Sentence/Example of Bedtimes:

He knew that not only was it a signal for the closing of the city gates, but it was also a warning that bedtime was at hand.

But consolation came at bedtime; Margaret received her with open arms when she went to wish her goodnight.

From three oclock in the afternoon—when we returned from school—until bedtime, we were left to our own resources.

When bedtime came, she rested sweetly, having no wounded conscience to trouble or accuse her.

Tessa, began Dine abruptly as they were brushing their hair at bedtime, isnt Gus a fine talker?

Again to church and so home, and all alone read till bedtime, and so to prayers and to bed.

About bedtime it fell a-raining, and the house being all open at top, it vexed me; but there was no help for it.

But it is bedtime, and as I shall start early, good-night, sisters; I beg you will let me have something to eat before I start.

And at bedtime (new time) a couple of wet and muddy boys come home, very tired and very hungry.

David and Goliath became set as a bedtime story and lasted through the next six months almost without change.