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bedfellow

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbedfellowbed‧fel‧low /ˈbedˌfeləʊ $ -loʊ/ noun   strange bedfellows
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bedfellowIt was an era that demonstrated the incompatibility of labour and government as bedfellows.What Roddick is at most pains to demonstrate is that honesty and commercialism can make compatible bedfellows.Visual lust and inconsistency make fine bedfellows, I can tell you.Some say the Duke has a new bedfellow - a southern lady.The case made strange political bedfellows.The McCain-Feingold partnership represents more than just a striking example of strange political bedfellows.But external threats can make for improbable subdivision bedfellows.From time to time he did break out, cruising Soho and returning drunk, with or without bedfellow.
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