sleep-out

[sleep-out]

adjective

noun

a person who lives elsewhere than at the place of employment.
an act or instance of sleeping outdoors.

Nearby words

  1. sleep through,
  2. sleep with,
  3. sleep-away,
  4. sleep-in,
  5. sleep-induced apnea,
  6. sleep-over,
  7. sleep-terror disorder,
  8. sleep-wake cycle,
  9. sleepcoat,
  10. sleeper

Origin of sleep-out

First recorded in 1910–15; adj., noun use of verb phrase sleep out

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