nightgown : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  lingerie consisting of a loose dress designed to be worn in bed by women

  • Some time later, dressed in socks, nightgown and a down jacket, she stepped out on deck.
  • Down on the ground, cars are crashing, husbands are waking up to find only a nightgown in bed next to them, and all children under 12 have disappeared as well.
  • His fingers move, feeling my arm under the nightgown sleeve, as if his hand won't listen to reason.
News & Articles

  • Baker pleads No Contest to Beach Gate murder
      A Maryland man has entered a plea of no contest to a charge of first degree murder in connection to the brutal slaying of a woman at the Beach Gate Motel in Colonial Beach on Oct. 3, 2012.   Elizabeth "Niecey" Thompson was beaten, stabbed 46 times and left her lying in her nightgown in a pool of blood on the motel parking lot. Pleading no contest to the crime Thursday was William Baker, 49, of ...
    June 21, 2013 - The Journal Press

  • Angelina Jolie in
    When they first called me about Salt I had just had the twins and I was at home in my nightgown feeling very soft and maternal,Jolie said in a statement.
  • Gigi Leung in Xinhua
    I have brought everything that may help me, including a pillow and a nightgown,Leung said nervously of the potential survival challenges.
  • Tatiana von Furstenberg in New York Times
    Believe me, those rooms are hideous on the other side,says Von Furstenberg, who even contributes some of her own wardrobe to the production. "My stuff is all over that movie - my boots, my coat, my tights, my sweater, my nightgown."

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