bed and board
bed and board (uncountable)
1. A place to sleep and eat; bed and breakfast; the services provided by an inn or similar establishment.
- 1843, Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present, book 2, ch. 4, Abbot Hugo
For, alas, the Ideal always has to grow in the Real, and to seek out its bed and board there, often in a very sorry way. No beautifullest Poet is a Bird-of-Paradise, living on perfumes; sleeping in the aether with outspread wings. The Heroic, independent of bed and board, is found in Drury Lane Theatre only
2. Full connubial relations.
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