[ US /ˈnæpt/ ]
[ UK /nˈæpt/ ]
  1. (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing
    a fleecy lining
    napped fabrics
    a dress of brushed cotton
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How To Use napped In A Sentence

  • As you can see in the photo they're kind of smirking a bit 'cause I snapped their picture with my phonecam. Archive 2008-04-01
  • Service providers haven't completely snapped their wallets shut, but the emphasis for the near-term will be on controlled spending as they look for ways to grow revenues.
  • Once the victim's mind had "snapped" into cult mode, the unsnapping requires a massive assault on the victim's mind to untangle the coded messages injected into it by the sinister forces of the cult leader. Warren Adler: Martha Marcy May Marlene: A Brave Movie
  • She just catnapped for 20 minutes to an hour at a time * all day and all night* for a total of 8 or so hours in a 24-hour cycle. Snap | Her Bad Mother
  • Either way, he omitted to mention that he had snapped from the back of the set the post that connects to the cable box.
  • Bones were snapped, skin was torn, and arrows were poking through chests and backs - black arrows.
  • She was also snapped exposing her toned midriff while taking a telephone call. The Sun
  • Savers with a bundle of cash locked into a bond should have snapped them up. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dog snapped its jaws open and closed inches from Rae's face and he could smell the animal's fetid breath, choking him, causing him to gag.
  • She looked composed as she was snapped on the red carpet with her fellow judges - despite admitting she was nervous. The Sun
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