sleep with (one)

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sleep with (one)

euphemism To have sexual intercourse with one. Are you sure you're ready to sleep with her? You've only been going out for a couple weeks. I don't plan on sleeping with anyone until I'm married.
See also: sleep

sleep with someone

 
1. to share a bed with someone. Do I have to sleep with my little brother? Many little boys have to sleep with their brothers.
2. Euph. to copulate with someone. oI hear Sam's sleeping with Sally now. Whom did you say he slept with?
See also: sleep

sleep with

Be sexually intimate with, as in The playwright had made several attempts to sleep with the maid. The related phrase sleep together means "have sexual relations," as in We wondered if they were sleeping together but didn't dare to ask them. The verb sleep has been associated with sex since the 10th century. Sleep with dates from the 1300s sleep together was first recorded a century later.
See also: sleep

sleep with

v.
1. To be with something or someone while sleeping: Small children often like to sleep with a stuffed animal.
2. To have sexual relations with someone: My doctor asked me whether I'd ever slept with anyone.
See also: sleep
References in classic literature ?
Harris was to sleep with us that night, and we went upstairs.
They live with us, play with us and even sleep with us. But how did a once fearsome wolf-like animal evolved over tens of thousands of years to become beloved members of a family?
We would say, 'Hey Sabine, you want to come and sleep with us?' And she was like, 'No, I'm fine.''
The stars of our second DO NOT DISTURB series are hilarious, entertaining and edgy, just like the fun-hunters who sleep with us at Moxy Hotels, said Toni Stoeckl, VP Lifestyle Hotels, Marriott International.
households own dogs, which sleep with us, eat off our plates, lick our faces and leave plenty of poop to scoop.
The age-old question - where do the little ones sleep, and if we let them sleep with us as babes, how will we ever transition them out?
And our dogs don't sleep outside, they sleep with us. That's how we stay warm at night.
Jane, from Cardiff, said: "They all sleep with us. Jack, the Border collie, who's 14, usually gets a bit hot and jumps off after about quarter of an hour but the other two sleep with me and my partner Steve.
In the end we just give in and let her sleep with us.
oTheyAEve got their own beds but they come to sleep with us. oWhen Billy puts his legs out, thereAEs not enough room for us.
They are always in our hotels banging on the door at 3am asking to sleep with us.