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NOUN   a nightshirt | nightshirts
nightshirt {noun}
noční košile {f} [pánská]
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Translation for 'nightshirt' from English to Czech

nightshirt {noun}
noční košile {f} [pánská]šaty
Usage Examples English
  • Strutt died at Bath in February 1845 aged 86, four weeks after being forced by a fire in his bedroom to take to the street in his nightshirt.
  • A nightcap is a cloth cap worn with other nightwear such as pajamas, a onesie, a nightshirt or a nightgown, historically worn in the cold climates of Northern Europe.
  • Although pajamas are usually distinguished from one-piece sleeping garments such as nightgowns, in the US, they have sometimes included the latter or a somewhat shorter nightshirt as a top.
  • He was caught masquerading as a spirit, in a white nightshirt.
  • The village is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a member of the Seabright family, who appears in a nightshirt.
  • A nightshirt is a garment intended for wear while sleeping, often with a nightcap.
  • He was caught masquerading as a spirit, in a white nightshirt.
  • His tomb-chest inside Colerne parish church has his effigy in marble, wearing a nightshirt and holding a bible, and is described by Pevsner as "very realistic".
  • A man gets shut out of his apartment in his nightshirt by a gust of wind.
  • Bevel testified that he magnified small patterns of stains on the mother's nightshirt that he interpreted as cast-off patterns, which to him suggested that it was the mother who wielded the knife that killed her two children.
  • White managed to gain access to the Bendigo Hospital and took a number of head-shots of Evans wearing a 'white hospital nightshirt (or straight-jacket)' and looking 'wild eyed and probably affronted by the intrusion' which were used to create an image he also sold.
  • Nameless, indistinguishable except for color, they appear only in the first act, stealing food from Porky in nightshirt and cap.
  • On exhibit in the Palace is his nightshirt with a bullet hole in the chest.
  • When Don Teofilo creeps back in the miller's nightshirt, Luca is able to humiliate him in front of his wife.
  • Tom Bevel testified that cast-off blood found on the back of Routier's nightshirt indicated that she had raised the knife over her head as she withdrew it from each boy to stab again.
  • ... , "cowl shirt") was a heavy nightshirt worn by pious Catholic men and women during the Middle Ages in order to permit a husband to impregnate his wife without having to endure any unnecessary physical contact with her.
  • Longer shirts are used as nightshirts or pajamas.
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