Definition of sleepsuit in English:

sleepsuit

Line breaks: sleep|suit
Pronunciation: /ˈsliːpsuːt
 
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noun

British
A young child’s one-piece garment, typically worn as nightwear.
More example sentences
  • We managed to get him some new clothes though - a sleepsuit and a tracksuit.
  • A good blanket is still very popular, as are sleepsuits and baby growbags (mini sleeping bags).
  • These club shops are keen to grow their own clients, which is why the Celtic velour playsuit, with the option of matching bootees and velour hat, starts at the 0-3 months age group, as does the Hoopy sleepsuit.

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