- an instance of sleeping over, as at another person's house.
- a person who sleeps over.
Origin of sleepover
First recorded in 1970–75; noun use of verb phrase sleep over
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Examples from the Web for sleepover
Max Friedlich has written one of the most buzzed-about plays, ‘SleepOver,’ at the New York Fringe Festival.Max Friedlich, Teenage Playwright, Dazzles With Controversial ‘SleepOver’
August 24, 2012
In the six months since our sleepover, her text messages have become my favorite part of the day.A Daughter, Rediscovered on Facebook
Tré Miller Rodríguez
May 13, 2012
- informal, mainly US an instance of spending the night at someone else's home
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