jammies

NOUN
  1. (usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes worn for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers
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How To Use jammies In A Sentence

  • I don't wear 'jammies' per say but I wore my long sleeve red henley that comes down nearly to my knees and jockey shorts all weekend except while I was sleeping, showering, or wallowing in the tub (yes there were bubbles involved). The Torn Pages
  • And these "wicking" jammies for menopausal women will keep you cool through the hottest flash (wildbleu. com). CHECKLIST
  • I like to be home in my jammies, eating popcorn.
  • The kids get their stockings here, then whiz! into the car (in jammies and slippers) to Papa's house (grandfather) to open presents then wham! home for our gifts under the tree then back in the car again! Christmas Wishes
  • We dressed in our jammies because mom and dad knew we would fall asleep at some point.
  • Thanks to the geek aesthetic of the high-tech industry, the work-in-your-jammies home office movement in today's low unemployment hiring environment, business casual wear has taken off in a big way.
  • You are a horrid old pig, Aldiff MacCatfy," she said, with slow emphasis, "an 'I hates you hard, an' we all hates you here, 'ceps Meg; and Pip says you're ze jammiest girl out, an' I wis 'a drate big ziant would come and huff and puff and blow you into ze middlest part of ze sea. Seven Little Australians
  • TSO is going back to doing the superfly dance in his Superman jammies with the plastic footies …. Media Coverage October 2009
  • It would sit comfortably in a genre we'll call Spooky Europe - Goblin's Dario Argento soundtracks, Popol Vuh's wonderful Werner Herzog accompaniment, the slew of exploratory Krautrock records dotting record geek collections, and even Pink Floyd at its jammiest (it's worth noting here that the seventh track is titled "Echoes"). SF Weekly | Complete Issue
  • By the way - please tell me they're the kind of jammies with the feet and the little ducky tail sewed onto the seat. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
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