American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Chiefly British Variant of pajama.
- n. UK Attributive form of pyjamas
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Chiefly British variant of pajama. In India and Persia, thin loose trowsers or drawers; in Europe and America, drawers worn at night, or a kind of nightdress with legs. Usually used in the plural. See pajamas.
- n. a pair of loose trousers tied by a drawstring around the waist; worn by men and women in some Asian countries
- n. (usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes worn for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers
“I guess that really does mean the end of the satin pyjama hopes I have been harbouring for a few years now as you will be an honest woman.”
““Will my MacBook become welded to my satin pyjama clad thighs?””
“Photoshop expert needed for purposes of welding petite anglaise head onto pneumatic satin pyjama clad body just, ahem, in case. petite |”
“Will my MacBook become welded to my satin pyjama clad thighs?”
“Will my MacBook become welded to my satin pyjama clad thighs?’”
“I'm not at all convinced that being a highly adept "pyjama" analyst of political affairs provides the the right stuff to actually succeed in that arena.”
“The pattern in question is a combination nightgown, or lady's "pyjama," and is a novelty which will be found of much value and comfort.”
“The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is pushing ahead with plans to allow players to wear non-white 'pyjama' kits in the inaugural floodlit Test against Bangladesh at Lord's next year.”
“According to The Telegraph, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is pushing ahead with plans to allow players to wear non-white 'pyjama' kits in the inaugural floodlit Test against Bangladesh at Lord's next year.”
“pyjama" or nightdress combination with full back.”
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