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pyjamas in Clothes topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpyjamaspy‧ja‧mas British English, pajamas American English /pəˈdʒɑːməz $ -ˈdʒæ-, -ˈdʒɑː-/ ●●○ noun [plural]  1 DCCa soft pair of trousers and a top that you wear in bed striped pyjamas2 DCCRRIloose trousers that are tied around the waist, worn by Muslim men or womenpyjama adjective [only before noun] pyjama bottoms the cat’s pyjamas at cat(5)
Examples from the Corpus
pyjamasShe was wearing a dressing gown and pyjamas.Sean Goff goofing around in his pyjamas at the Whiplash 2 comp around 1985.Still in his pyjamas Brian switched on the fountain, and the sudden spurt of water scared the bird away.I stripped off my pyjamas and restored them to the rucksack.It is in two pieces, like a pair of pyjamas.The pyjamas, creased and oddly old-fashioned looking, hung about his hips with an air of impermanence.Passengers actually changed into their pyjamas and settled down for the night bunks or convertible seat-beds complete with sheets and blankets.