Definition of sleepover
1 : an overnight stay (as at another's home)
2 : an instance of hosting a sleepover in one's home
Examples of sleepover in a Sentence
Our daughter is having a sleepover for her friends tomorrow.
Recent Examples of sleepover from the Web
Kids who may not have interacted before have playmates and sleepovers together.
The accuser's mother and police were notified later that afternoon, after the girl disclosed vaginal pain and bleeding to a friend's mother who had rented the hotel rooms and chaperoned the sleepover party for her two daughters and their friends.
The final scene saw Rosewood High's new batch of popular girls waking up in the middle of the night at a sleepover to find that two of their friends, Adison and Willa, had disappeared.
Addison, that terrible child who was trying to blackmail Emily a few episodes ago, had a sleepover with her friends (one of whom is Maya’s niece) right at the end of the finale.
Ramiz looks back fondly on bowling trips, group sleepovers, concerts and other activities.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Andrew Passwaiter, 18, was accused of groping a 15-year-old girl at a spring break sleepover, WTHR reported.
It functions today as a floating museum, a hands-on classroom for apprentice shipwrights and even a spot for sleepovers.
The teenager had been participating in a sleepover at a religious institution that authorities did not identify.
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First Known Use of sleepover
SLEEPOVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sleepover for English Language Learners
: a party where one or more people (especially children) stay overnight at one person's house
SLEEPOVER Defined for Kids
Definition of sleepover for Students
: an overnight stay at another's home
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