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
Some workers with coveted sleepover permits spend the entire work week in Israel to cut down on the lengthy commute.
Also in the lower level, two sets of bunk beds work well as a teen's sleepover area or a dorm for holiday sleepovers with cousins.
Sleepovers on the tundra remain whine-free to 45 below.
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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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