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noun as in sleeping clothes

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“In Love & Pajamas,” by Catana ChetwyndThis collection of comics, by the author of “Snug” and “Little Moments of Love,” is warm and fuzzy.

The company, which expanded its loungewear, pajamas and underwear lines during the pandemic, has doubled down on bold florals, bright colors and whimsical patterns to appeal to consumers who are ready to make a statement.

The married Texas Republican was photographed in ducky pajamas next to a lingerie model at a local bar in May 2009.

“Oh let them in, Olga,” they suddenly heard the voice of Havel, who climbed out of bed in his pajamas.

He was dressed in traditional Indian white pajamas and dark brown sandals.

You'd imagined that they could slip into their metal shell as easily as you slipped in and out of your pajamas.

He was lying on a hospital bed, on top of the sheets, and he was wearing beautiful new yellow pajamas.

In spite of being short, he was broad-shouldered and compact in plain gray evening pajamas.

In pajamas and bathrobe, I stalked down the stairs and into the room that had once been a kitchen and now was Greco's laboratory.

Oh, yes, and he wants you to send him some new pajamas—only two or three pairs, and you're not to send him mauve ones.

A sense of expectant fear gripped him as he lifted one of the hands to unbutton his pajamas.

The officer found Balboa, dressed in a suit of pajamas engaged in superintending the roofing of a house.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pajamas, such as: jammies, jams, loungewear, nightdress, nightie, and nightshirt.

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