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sleepover Line breaks: sleep|over
Pronunciation: /ˈsliːpəʊvə/

Definition of sleepover in English:

noun

A night spent by children or young people at a friend’s house: it’s Gretchen’s birthday next week and she’s having a sleepover
More example sentences
  • ‘Alexa's always the one who convinces my parents to let us have sleepovers on school nights and stuff,’ says Natalee.
  • Not that we were unpopular and didn't socialize with anyone else, but it was Amanda who I shared sleepovers and late night conversations with.
  • Essentially, it was really my dorm with sleepovers every few nights.

Words that rhyme with sleepover

wingover • slipover

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