from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Informal Pajamas.
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- abbr. pyjamas
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- n. (usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes worn for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers
My supervisor sent me a message about something at uni and i had to reply i was still in PJs and trying to work up the effort to bundle up and walk to varsity.
Deliberate choices and preferences are the most distinct and frequently separate PJs from the pack.
The camera used by most PJs is a digital SLR (single-lens reflex), also called a dit.
Competitions with 15 similarly-qualified candidates are also unlikely to be covered because only one hole exists in the paper per election category and the number of PJs is always limited.
He follows that suspect passage with this one: "Losing to Third Worlders in PJs led Americans to decades of relative humility, self-examination and takikng the moral high ground in conflicts such as Haiti and Kosovo."
He follows that suspect passage with this one: “Losing to Third Worlders in PJs led Americans to decades of relative humility, self-examination and takikng the moral high ground in conflicts such as Haiti and Kosovo.”
I intend to stay in PJs because if I get dressed I'm going to wander off and get nothing done.
The two young white men encounter two black youths from the "PJs" -- the projects -- out for their own diverting night of "juxing heads," or armed robbery.
Bergdorf Blondes rhapsodized, riffing on "PJs" - private jets, which take off and land there.
Slipping on the PJs is a signal to your body: time to shut down!
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