Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bag of skin or fur into which explorers in frozen regions creep, feet foremost, when preparing for sleep.
“Fur trim, sleeping-bag coats, luxe anoraks, ethnic prints, black leather skirts and dresses, and motorcycle jackets are all looks that have shown up on numerous runways so far during Fashion Week's first few days.”
“In Madrid's Puerta del Sol square are the remnants of the large sleeping-bag protests that were scattered across the country.”
“The shape of the hut is also energy - and resource-efficient, all cozy details that make it a prime location for late-night sleeping-bag storytelling.”
“With the office on Broadway, smack dab in Manhattan's fashion district, Wal-Mart had sought to offer edgier, trendier apparel, with labels including Norma Kamali famed for her '80s looks including the sleeping-bag coat and high-heeled sneakers and Miley Cyrus & Max Azria.”
“She found inspiration in the unlikeliest materials: A sleeping-bag coat of 1975 is just what it sounds like.”
“But, once the mission is accomplished, the boy beds down in a sleeping-bag to experience a genuine nightmare.”
“Sen. Jeff Sessions on Friday continued to block passage of a key trade law over his demands that the bill include an earmark that would only help an Alabama sleeping-bag company compete with Bangladeshi manufacturers.”
“Anne got out of her sleeping-bag and dressed quickly.”
“George tried to kick Julian through her sleeping-bag, but she couldn't.”
“George took the opportunity of getting out of her sleeping-bag and rushed off to dress.”
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