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How to use nightie in a sentence

"Goodness, I hope I don't have to get out in my nightie," she said, and poked her head out through the curtains.
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLELAURA LEE HOPE
She was in her thin nightie, with her wonderful braids of red hair streaming down her back.
BUMPER, THE WHITE RABBITGEORGE ETHELBERT WALSH
Soon's we get him unwrapped an' laid out in his nightie, out go the lights and you get back in the corner.
THE BLIND LION OF THE CONGOELLIOTT WHITNEY
Marianne had sat down at her work basket and Marietje, out of sheer boredom, also took up a "nightie."
THE TWILIGHT OF THE SOULSLOUIS COUPERUS
Well just embellish that nightie with a few nice pictures and tack it up on Miss Woodruffs doorthe girls will love it.
GIRLS OF HIGHLAND HALLCAROLYN WATSON RANKIN
A masterpiece of child life painting is this little girl in her "nightie" holding her doll.
THE MENTOR, JANUARY 15, 1917, SERIAL NO. 123ELIZABETH LOUNSBERY
She went slowly up the stairs and Joan, like a small ghost in her white nightie, met her in the hall.
REBECCA'S PROMISEFRANCES R. STERRETT
The Little Doctor rocked him and told him of the old days, and she never again brought him his lace-trimmed nightie at bedtime.
THE FLYING U'S LAST STANDB. M. BOWER
So the shirt was carefully replaced and the boys nightie slipped over his head again.
POLLY IN NEW YORKLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
"Fesh Barbedie's nightie-gown," she said majestically to the two revolutionaries.
THE QUIVER, 1/1900ANONYMOUS

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