Definition of Catnapped

1. Verb. (past of catnap) ¹



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Definition of Catnapped

1. catnap [v] - See also: catnap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catnapped

catling
catlings
catlinite
catlinites
catlins
catloaf
catloaves
catlore
catmab
catmeat
catmint
catmints
catnap
catnaper
catnapers
catnapped (current term)
catnapper
catnappers
catnapping
catnaps
catnep
catneps
catnips
catochus
catom
catoms
catoptric
catoptrical
catoptrics

Literary usage of Catnapped

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1. Sporting Sketches by Edwyn Sandys (1905)
"More times than can now be recalled I have catnapped through the black monotony of a steamy spring night so as to be on precisely the proper spot when the ..."

2. Usurpers of Freedom in Conspiracy by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"NEWSWEEK rationalized, “Since there was little the President could do at that point, he went back to bed and catnapped until 6:30 AM” Little the President ..."

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