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sleeping bag

noun
1.
a warmly lined or padded body-length bag, usually waterproof and with a closure, in which one or two persons can sleep, especially outdoors, as when camping.
Origin
1815-1825
1815-25
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Examples for sleeping bag
  • Or perhaps you replace the blankets with a sleeping bag.
  • Sleep in a warm, insulated sleeping bag, as though you are sleeping in a tent without the wind and precipitation.
  • Unzip your sleeping bag, shake it out and check for bugs.
  • Place your leather boots between your sleeping bag and liner to dry while you sleep.
  • Pack your sleeping bag and spend the night at the aquarium, for the sleep with the sharks package.
  • Don't forget to research the lodging guidelines of the festival to see if you need to bring a tent and sleeping bag.
  • When you're not staying in a cabin or camper, suitable forms of shelter include a tent and/or sleeping bag.
  • Purchase a sleeping bag that is appropriate for your chosen weather conditions, as they are rated for different temperatures.
  • Even if you are renting a cabin or sleeping in your vehicle, you may still need to pack a sleeping bag and pillow.
  • Everyone has their own system for getting into and out of their sleeping bag.
British Dictionary definitions for sleeping bag

sleeping bag

noun
1.
a large well-padded bag designed for sleeping in, esp outdoors
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