[ UK /nˈæpi/ ]
- garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist; worn by infants to catch excrement
- (of hair) in small tight curls
How To Use nappy In A Sentence
- As they are picked off one by one, the pace remains snappy and the viewing experience is over before you know it. The Sun
- As soon as someone spots a gaijin playing, they'll join in and kick your butt into the middle of next Tuesday with a secret character wearing a nappy.
- We have padded cycling shorts - like wearing a nappy. The Sun
- Fans will revel in the snappy one-liners, the latex effects, the swearing and what sci-figeeks everywhere will be calling 'intertextuality'. Times, Sunday Times
- This talented five-piece pours a sweet and sultry mix of original torch melodies with a twist of crisp and snappy swing sounds.
- With 320 students in snappy blue and white uniforms playing shiny trumpets, trombones and tubas as they march in briskly changing formations, the band's numbers are full of razzmatazz.
- In addition to bringing us up, she worked as a supervisor in a nappy factory. Times, Sunday Times
- But do people go to a Step Up film for ingenious plot twists and snappy dialogue? The Sun
- snappy weather
- Ignoring her acid tone, he mumbled, ‘You're very snappy this afternoon.’