We decided to go see this movie in a random theater on this side of the town, wearing our pajamas.
It was 3:55 and he went upstairs and got into his pajamas and lay down and slept for two hours.
Greaney sat on the edge of his bed in his pajamas, wondering just what in God's name was going on.
I replied “Hey HuffPo, I am Twittering in bed in my pajamas, wanna report that too?”
At least they hadn't ushered her outside in her pajamas, she thought, as she logged on to her laptop.
Verbeck's clothes, that Muggs had put out for use in the morning, were gone, and his pajamas were on the floor in a corner.
Charlie was at the other end of the burden, which appeared to be a middle-aged man in pajamas.
I stood awaiting them in a raveled, mud-smeared suit of pajamas which at their best had never been ostentatious.
He sat up, rubbing his eyes and fumbling with the cordings of his pajamas.
All I had retained of my own clothing was the suit of pajamas I was wearing and my bath-robe.
1800, pai jamahs "loose trousers tied at the waist," worn by Muslims in India and adopted by Europeans there, especially for nightwear, from Hindi pajama, probably from Persian paejamah, literally "leg clothing," from pae "leg" (from PIE *ped- "foot," see foot (n.)) + jamah "clothing." Modern spelling (U.S.) is from 1845. British spelling tends toward pyjamas.