a person who sleeps in at a place of employment.
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How to use sleep-in in a sentence
So accustomed had we been to exposure that we could hardly sleep in-doors.Cast Away in the Cold | Isaac I. Hayes
British Dictionary definitions for sleep in
British to sleep longer than usual
to sleep at the place of one's employment
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Other Idioms and Phrases with sleep-in
Sleep at one's place of employment, as in They have a butler and maid who both sleep in. [First half of 1800s]
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