Definition of Pyjamaed

1. wearing pyjamas [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pyjamaed

pygmyisms
pygo-
pygopod
pygopodid
pygopodids
pygopodous
pygopods
pygostyle
pygostyles
pygostylian
pyic
pyin
pyinma
pyins
pyjama
pyjamaed (current term)
pyjamaless
pyjamalike
pykar
pykars
pyke
pyknic
pyknic type
pyknics
pyknolepsy
pyknoleptic
pyknometer
pyknometers
pyknon

Literary usage of Pyjamaed

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1. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1905)
"It is, Captain Blanc,' said the unshaven and pyjamaed Harding. ' And I may call you that ? ' asked Captain Blanc politely. ' You may, sir, if you wish. ..."

2. From the Gulf to Ararat: An Expedition Through Mesopotamia and Kurdistan by Gilbert Ernest Hubbard (1917)
"Our tents nobly withstood the onslaught, and only one ridge - pole broke, the pyjamaed inmate of the tent getting a thorough drenching before he could ..."

3. The Press and the General Staff by Neville Lytton (1920)
"His performance, however, rather scandalised the Havas correspondent, who had gone to bed early; he thrust his pyjamaed figure into the drawing-room for a ..."

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