lie-in


lie–in

noun \ˈlī-ˌin\

: a time in the morning spent lying in bed instead of getting up

Full Definition of LIE-IN

:  an act of lying down (as in a public place) in organized protest or as a means of forcing compliance with demands

First Known Use of LIE-IN

1963

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