Recent Examples of pajamas from the Web
Memories of chilly nights spent clutching hot chocolate, swathed in our holiday pajamas, were fading quickly.
In 2016, a Hawaiian Gardens hospital agreed to pay $450,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the city for sending a homeless woman to skid row with no identification and wearing only paper pajamas.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel will MC this year's awards and even read the nominees in his pajamas with actress Kerry Washington.
Ariel Winter had a very cozy Christmas, donning onesie fleece pajamas while opening gifts with boyfriend Levi Meaden and her family (including dad Glenn Workman and sister Shannelle Gray).
Medevacked out of the area, Gleason moved from hospital to hospital - first in Vietnam, then in Japan, then, finally, back in the United States - with only his pajamas and a handful of toiletries.
Police arrived to find Felder dressed in the homeowner's pajamas.
Made in New York from 100% silk, Mackenzie's pieces conjour up dreams of long breakfasts in bed, lounging around all day, and watching Breakfast at Tiffany's on repeat, all the while feeling glamorous in the ultimate pajamas.
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Origin and Etymology of pajamas
First Known Use: 1801See Words from the same year
PAJAMAS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pajamas for English Language Learners
: clothing that people wear in bed or while relaxing at home
: loose pants that are worn in some parts of Asia and the Middle East
PAJAMAS Defined for Kids
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