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nightgown

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
nightgownnight‧gown /ˈnaɪtɡaʊn/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  DCCa nightdress
Examples from the Corpus
nightgownIt was a nightgown case and his eyes lit up as he saw it.She wore a nightgown, and her silvery hair streamed free over her shoulders.By nightfall it was cold again, and she was grateful for a borrowed flannel nightgown.Her frantic husband had gone to visit her and found the empty bed and her nightgown on the floor.Alice had just come downstairs in her nightgown.I could see the hem of her nightgown.She throws her nightgown over the tube, like a white, tasselled theatre-curtain.
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