- of, relating to, or resembling pajamas: a pajama top; a lounging outfit with pajama pants.
Origin of pajama
see origin at pajamas
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Examples from the Web for pajama
He took a small metal cylinder from his pajama pocket and picked up the guitar.Stanley Booth on the Life and Hard Times of Blues Genius Furry Lewis
June 7, 2014
They could be pajama bottoms, sweats, fleece kind of things.Chang-rae Lee: How I Write
January 22, 2014
It could be seen on the pajama trousers embroidered in crystals, paillettes, and glass beads.Schiaparelli Returns to Couture at Paris Fashion Week
January 21, 2014
And Anderson was wearing what looked like pajama pants—not the most appropriate attire for such rugged terrain.
There was also some evidence that seemed to point to MacDonald, such as pajama fiber hairs under the body.Does Jeffrey MacDonald Belong in Jail?
January 3, 2013
Let snatched up his pajama bottoms first, and ran to the door second.
When he couldn't open it, he whirled around and pulled on his pajama pants.
Finally Let slipped out of his pajama pants and into the suit.
After your pajama and knickerbocker stunt I'm braced for anything.Roast Beef, Medium
Because there's a pajama suit under that chair and it's been worn!In And Out
Word Origin and History for pajama
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