Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having a nap: as, a napped fabric.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of nap.

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  • adjective (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing

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Examples

  • And E napped, which is another reason she's an easier patient than M, who refuses to nap unless she passes out.

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  • And E napped, which is another reason she's an easier patient than M, who refuses to nap unless she passes out.

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  • I seem to have "napped" all afternoon, but never mind!!

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  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regetting his hastiness and criticising his successor.

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  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt-sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regretting his hastiness and criticising his successor.

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  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regretting his hastiness and criticising his successor.

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  • Sandy Stewart "napped" stones on the road in his shirt sleeves, wet or fair, summer and winter, till he was persuaded to retire from active duty at eighty-five, and he spent ten years more in regretting his hastiness and criticising his successor.

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  • Unfortunately, I crashed around 12: 30pm and "napped" for four hours.

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  • Had napped beneath trees that, from this height, looked only as large as thumbnails.

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  • When my baby napped, I felt emancipated, and raced around the house tending to what I thought were important, urgent and essential tasks.

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