Definition of Twin-bedded
1. Adjective. Having twin beds.
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Literary usage of Twin-bedded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland Farm Holidays 2005 by FHG Staff (2005)
"The accommodation comprises one family, three double and one twin-bedded rooms. ... The accommodation comprises a double room and a twin bedded room, ..."
2. B&b Stops in England, Scotland & Wales 2004 by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2004)
"There are spacious family rooms (two en suite) and a twin-bedded room, ... Family, double and twin-bedded rooms, most en suite, all with tea and coffee ..."
3. Bed & Breakfast Stops in England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Anne Cuthbertson (2002)
"Each unit has a twin-bedded room, shower room with toilet and a fully fitted ... Accommodation available in one double and two twin- bedded rooms, ..."
4. Bed and Breakfasts in Ontario by Julia Roles (2002)
"Also on the third floor is another pretty twin-bedded room (Tranquility) and a sunny queen-bedded room (Reverie). Breakfast (juice, fruit, baked goods, ..."
5. Britain's Most Distinctive Bed and Breakfast by Paul Wade (1999)
"Some rooms have double beds, others are twin bedded. The twins can sometimes be /ipped together to make a double. If you insist on a double or twin bed, ..."
6. The Flying Poilu: A Story of Aerial Warfare by Marcel Nadaud, Frances (Wilson) Huard (1918)
"Half an hour later in an imposing twin- bedded room big as a dance hall, and on whose chimney-piece a bouquet of wax orange blossoms reposed peacefully ..."
7. Britain's Most Distinctive Bed & Breakfasts by Paul Wade, Kathy Arnold (1999)
"This merely means a room for two or a room for one. Some rooms have double beds, others are twin bedded. The twins can sometimes be ..."