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  • n. Plural form of sleeping bag.


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  • Their camo-mottled sleeping bags would be invisible from the air, at least.


  • We called Domino's at seven on our last day and now we are sleeping in new sleeping bags in our old bedrooms, a kind of Goodbye to All That party, if that makes any sense.

    New Race

  • I transported thirty-five sleeping bags and supplies for a week at camp, paneling from a lumber yard which wouldn't make delivery until the following week, a missile launch for a science fair, eight baseball bats, four base bags and twelve Little-League players, eight bags of fertilizer for the lawn and six surly homeroom mothers who arrived at a tea smelling like fertilizer.

    The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank

  • And so, exhausted, not knowing where they’d be headed the next day, they unrolled their sleeping bags and fell asleep in the vale between the four great star-shadows of the four greatest peaks in the greatest mountain range in the state of Delaware.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware


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