- 1A loose-fitting jacket and trousers for sleeping in: a pair of pyjamas (as modifier pyjama) pyjama trousersMore example sentences
- Slowly he undid his pyjama jacket and dropped his pyjama trousers down around his ankles.
- Other highlights include PVC dresses, lace dresses, gold pyjama trousers and chiffon tops.
- He said that he had not dressed properly but had been wearing slippers, trousers, a vest and pyjama jacket about the house.
- 1.1A pair of loose trousers tied by a drawstring around the waist, worn by both sexes in some Asian countries.More example sentences
- Both men and women also wear a kurta, a long tunic-like shirt, and pyjamas, loose baggy trousers.
- A draw-string allowed the pyjamas to comfortably embrace a great girth, and also to drop at a moments notice.
- Variants of trousers like pajamas and shalwar were worn in the northern plains of Indo-Iran.
pyjamaed (US pajamaed)
- More example sentences
- I was pretty proud of myself until I somehow poured my entire cup into my pajamaed lap.
- That's the kind of week it's been, a pajamaed week; a week spent, for the most part, inside the flannel-lined cocoon that is my home.
- When I was out for an early walk this morning I noticed a pyjamaed man trying to retrieve the paper that had landed high in a bush and it made me recall the joy of having paperboys many years ago.
early 19th century: from Urdu and Persian, from pāy 'leg' + jāma 'clothing'.
More definitions of pyjamasDefinition of pyjamas in:
- The US English dictionary