Sorry, no definitions found.
“Then he noticed that the camp bed which he occasionally used was prepared, and his sleeping-suit laid out upon it.”
“Siegmund lay heaped on the bed, his sleeping-suit twisted and bunched up about him, his face hardly recognizable.”
“I felt his eyes intently fixed upon me as he sat hunched up on the rail in his sodden sleeping-suit, like some huge, ill-omened bird of prey.”
“The dripping, bedraggled figure of a man in a sleeping-suit mounted the rope ladder that hung over the side, and paused, grasping the rail.”
“If you'll take my advice, you'll get back at once to your bungalow and strip off that wet sleeping-suit," I bluntly counseled him, but”
“Ross, hearing voices in the drawing-room, wakened up, and now appeared with ruffled hair and still clad in his sleeping-suit.”
“(He insisted upon pyjamas, but he had not yet outgrown his sleeping-suit figure.) Toby!”
“An enormous black sleeping-suit, on which a white shirt and waistcoat front had been crudely painted, enveloped his gaunt form.”
“And now, awaiting his arrival, I lolled in my deck-chair, clothed in my Cambridge blue sleeping-suit, and Doe lay with his pink stripes peeping from beneath the grey embroidered kimono.”
“So I said, ‘Does the General require anything, sir?’ — thinking, you know, my lord, as he might wish to have his sleeping-suit and his tooth-brush or somethink of that, but the gentleman said no, he had got everything necessary and I was not to trouble myself.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sleeping-suit’.
Looking for tweets for sleeping-suit.