jammies jammies


  • (n) (usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes worn for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers



  1. I wore jammies and the girls wore negligees and we kind of broke the ice.
  2. Wait 'til you take your first conference call lying in bed, then work the rest of the day on your home computer in your jammies.
  3. Now kids seem to be saying that since their parents aren't there to help them get dressed, we have to accept them in their jammies.


  • Local bead store makes shift from storefront to website

    FREEPORT, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Shopping locally and supporting small businesses can happen in your jammies while you feed the dog, even if you're taking a trip to the bead store.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WCSH 6 Portland


  1. Charlize, who is dating Stuart Townsend, said: "We are not going to the Oscars this year. I don't think you go to those kind of awards unless you are nominated. But we don't have any nominations or anything like that so we sit in our jammies and...
    on Feb 19, 2008 By: Charlize Theron Source: The South African Star (subscription)

  2. "It's sort of an easy deal for me," Bell said. "It's not on-camera and I always have dreamt about having a job where I can show up in my jammies."
    on Oct 19, 2007 By: Kristen Bell Source: London Free Press

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