Cot [noun]

Definition of Cot:

temporary bed

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Sentence/Example of Cot:

Nursing officer Bill McGuire has moved a cot into an unused office and sleeps at the facility most nights.

Her own son barely survived a bout with the condition — requiring an emergency blood transfusion — because of a lack of available phototherapy cots, where jaundiced babies are treated under a special light.

One cool additional feature in our Meaner Bean was a hanging cot for our daughter that essentially acted like a low hammock.

That means you’re probably not going to like this cot if you’re a side sleeper.

I’m determined to buy three more of these cots so every member of the family can have one.

Katie’s parents joked with the head of BB&N about setting up a cot for her, but the administrator said the school preferred students go home occasionally.

They stopped presently before a cell, and when the light had been turned on, she saw Baptiste sitting on a cot.

The dawn, peeping in between the flowered curtains, throws a white, innocent light over her cot.

Because of its recumbent position, symbolic of General Lee resting on a battlefield cot, this statue is considered most unique.

The little blue placard hung over the cot, as in the foundling hospitals, states the child's nationality: "Moldo, Wallachian."