from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See nightclothes.
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- n. garments designed to be worn in bed; nightclothes
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- n. garments designed to be worn in bed
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Aged to perfection; Sensuous sleepwear is more than a luxury for the boomer woman who brings energy to all aspects of her life, including the bedroom, writes Judy Gerstel
While the sleepwear is a good deal if you really need something new, we're all about focusing on the bras here (after all, a good foundation garment can make or break an outfit): the smooth
She always got that sweet, virginal-bride kind of sleepwear when it came to buying gifts for me and Nelsa.
Shop in unexpected places such as sleepwear departments and thrift stores.
But if viewers have many tabs open, it'll be difficult to move between them unless they know which tab is for "sleepwear," which is for "bath soaps," and so on.
Essential category such as sleepwear, socks and underwear were our best sales performers.
Hello Kitty has pyjamas for DAYS, Victoria's Secret has every kind of sleepwear you could possibly imagine, from slinky slips to candy-striped & polka-dotted PJs, Peter Alexander does super-cute slumber party duds (they even have sequinned knickers) & if you want to get really wacky, Sleepyheads does pyjamas with feet ...
At schools in Florida's Broward County, the Code of Student Conduct reads: "Garments including, but not limited to, pajamas, boxer shorts, bloomers, and bustiers, which were traditionally designed as undergarments, sleepwear or beachwear, may not be worn as outer garments."
"Nightshirts are the original sleepwear," Mr. Rowley said.
Owned by siblings Arlie Morgan, Abby Hayes and Alexandra Helms, this three-year-old outpost comprises a lingerie and sleepwear boutique as well as a waxing salon.