Meaning of bed-wetter in English:


Pronunciation /ˈbɛdˌwɛtə/


See bed-wetting

‘‘Two of them were bed-wetters,’ he has recalled.’
  • ‘In fact, most bed-wetters over the age of five simply produce more urine at night than their bladder can control.’
  • ‘‘Maybe one of the kids is a bed-wetter,’ I offer, ‘and they try to keep him awake for the entire ride so that he doesn't wet the car seats.’’
  • ‘When surveyed, however, parents consistently maintain that their children with nocturnal enuresis are ‘deep sleepers,’ compared with their offspring who are not bed-wetters.’
  • ‘Matt had been a hopeless bed-wetter right up to the age of puberty.’