Definition of Sleepover

1. Noun. An occasion of spending a night away from home or having a guest spend the night in your home (especially as a party for children).

Generic synonyms: Affair, Function, Occasion, Social Function, Social Occasion
Derivative terms: Sleep Over



Definition of Sleepover

1. Noun. the act of spending the night as a guest in another's house, especially the participants are children ¹

2. Noun. an overnight guest ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sleepover

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleepover

sleeping tablet
sleeping tablets
sleeping together
sleepingly
sleepings
sleepish
sleepless
sleepless person
sleeplessly
sleeplessness
sleeplessnesses
sleeplike
sleepmarken
sleepout
sleepouts
sleepover (current term)
sleepovers
sleepry
sleeps
sleeps off
sleepswalk
sleepswalks
sleeptalk
sleeptalked
sleeptalking
sleeptalks
sleepwaker
sleepwakers
sleepwaking
sleepwalk

Literary usage of Sleepover

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Never-Bored Kid Book 2, Ages 6-7 by Mary Rosenberg (2006)
"I'll put in a few things more. I'm packing up my suitcase. I just can't wait to go. A sleepover is the very most Exciting thing I know! ..."

2. Screamfree Parenting: Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool by Hal Edward Runkel (2005)
"So, as they venture out into the world, say for a sleepover, we arm the unsuspecting family with a list. "They're finicky, you know. ..."

3. Nonfiction Craft Lessons: Teaching Information Writing K-8 by JoAnn Portalupi, Ralph J. Fletcher (2001)
"Let's say you want to have a friend do a sleepover on a Monday night. You might say, "I know it's a school night, but we're going to be working on our ..."

4. Together We Can: A Guide for Crafting a Profamily System of Education and by Atelia I. Melaville (1993)
"To provide a respite for parents, the initiative has a sleepover for children every quarter. A pre-employment training program was suspended because of the ..."

5. A Resource Manual for Juvenile Detention and Corrections: Effective and by David W. Roush, Trudy Wyss (1998)
"Team members are given a 20 percent overtime compensation for the sleepover and other overtime needs, such as training and staff meetings. ..."

6. Grammar and Puntuation by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Delana Heidrich, Keli Davis, Tim Neece (2002)
"My friends and I are having a sleepover this weekend. Kelly is going to the movies with Kim and I. These tomatoes don't taste no good in my salad. ..."

7. Giant Write Every Day by Jo Ellen Moore, Marilyn Evans, Jill Norris (1997)
"A Crazy sleepover 6. Meet My Neighbor 7. A Hike in the Mountains 8. I Lost My Ticket 9. Visiting Grandma 10. ..."

8. Reading, Grade 2 by Martha Cheney (2005)
"1. Miy did Lee have a party'' It was Mike's birthday. He was having a sleepover <(l It was Lee's birthday 2. Ww came to Lee s party? ..."

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