Definition of sleep out in English:

sleep out

Sleep outdoors: they slept out all night by the river
More example sentences
  • Far too many people, especially young people, are sleeping out on the streets every night, and many are aged 13 to 16.
  • This will be the first time for many of the Beavers to sleep out and we hope they have a great night.
  • Cornell was a collegiate hockey powerhouse, and I was a season ticket holder each of my four years there, which necessitated sleeping out a couple of nights just to get tickets.
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