Definition of Sleepovers

1. Noun. (plural of sleepover) ¹



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Definition of Sleepovers

1. sleepover [n] - See also: sleepover

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleepovers

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

Literary usage of Sleepovers

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1. The US Virgin Islands Alive! by Harriet Greenberg, Douglas Greenberg (2006)
"If memories of long ago Scouting sleepovers spring to mind - forget it. Cinnamon Bay is roughing it in luxury. Located on a wide stretch of sugary white ..."

2. Hatred in the Hallways: Violence and Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay by Michael Bochenek, A. Widney Brown (2001)
"Boys can't have sleepovers or be close in the way that girls can be without causing speculation," explained Sara ..."

3. Writing Through the Tween Years: Supporting Writers, Grades 3-6 by Bruce Morgan, Deb Odom (2005)
"Trends in third and fourth graders' writing are: * Cartoons * sleepovers * Birthday presents Classroom events * Family events, vacations * Brothers and ..."

4. When Writing Workshop Isn't Working: Answers to Ten Tough Questions, Grades 2-5 by Mark Overmeyer (2005)
"... playing sports/games sleepovers getting in trouble Holidays/birthdays/celebrations weddings Fourth of July Halloween Christmas Hanukkah surprise parties ..."

5. Boy Writers: Reclaiming Their Voices by Ralph Fletcher (2006)
"This summer did not feature as many sleepovers. Not many lake trips. Not much bonding off the field. So now we are left wondering. Who is retiring? ..."

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