from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Informal Pajamas.
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- n. pajamas/pyjamas
- n. Plural form of jammy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes worn for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers
The kids get their stockings here, then whiz! into the car (in jammies and slippers) to Papa's house (grandfather) to open presents then wham! home for our gifts under the tree then back in the car again!
This post was fun and revealing. .you post in jammies too! by
Though I’m lucky, I suppose; the area where I live (Brooklyn) is lousy with freelancers, so delivery guys don’t give me any funny looks when I answer the door in jammies or look like I just woke up from a nap (though I usually don’t nap; I apparently just look sleepy when I’m really in the Zone with wordcount).
That’s something I got from my dad, who never let me stay in jammies past about 9 AM.
We found crossword jammies for $60 at pajamagram.com, should you decide to doodle on your knee or your sleeve.
This was the holistic, honest, vulnerable, and often hilarious point-of-view Joanne took as she described how the Web saved her, allowing her to work from home, on her own schedule, in her "jammies," if need be.
By the way - please tell me they're the kind of jammies with the feet and the little ducky tail sewed onto the seat.
I don't wear 'jammies' per say but I wore my long sleeve red henley that comes down nearly to my knees and jockey shorts all weekend except while I was sleeping, showering, or wallowing in the tub (yes there were bubbles involved).
But it's 2: 00 am and you're sitting up in bed in your jammies?
Let's get out of those jammies before Noon tomorrow and try to find a job!