Adjectives for Nap | Words to describe Nap

  • Little
  • Short
  • Partial
  • Interrupted
  • Daily
  • Brief
  • Occasional
  • Famous
  • After-Dinner
  • Bee-Yu-Ti-Ful
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    • 1. For the elderly and feeble, an occasional nap after the noonday meal, especially during the warm weather, will prove most refreshing. 🔊
    • 2. In answer to her summons George appeared at once, collarless and in shirtsleeves with the drowsiness of an interrupted nap in his eyes. 🔊
    • 3. If we must go out at unusual hours to get it, we shall go, in spite of after-dinner nap or evening somnolence. 🔊
    • 4. That afternoon Mrs. Red Squirrel made Hazel and Bushy-Tail take a little nap. 🔊
    • 5. Mamma had nestled down with us, and had soothed us into taking a little nap, when we were all startled by loud, shrill cries. 🔊
    • 6. Tyll Eulenspiegel slept his famous nap, and in which he was carried away by the thieves who mistook him for honey and found him vinegar. 🔊
    • 7. Then I perceived, by the strange nodding, as it drooped lower, that he was indulging in a little nap. 🔊
    • 8. He had not taken above half of his first nap, when he was awakened by the clock of the chateau, in the turret over his chamber, which struck midnight. 🔊
    • 9. This is strikingly illustrated by the exhausted feeling that invites the after-dinner nap for rest, which, however, does not rest overfilled stomachs, overfilled brains. 🔊
    • 10. Indulging in a brief nap on a rug of club-moss carelessly dropped at the foot of a pine-tree, I woke up to find myself the subject of a discussion of a troop of chickadees. 🔊
    • 11. Later in the day, about an hour after noon, Bennett took his daily nap, carefully wrapped in shawls and stretched out in a wicker steamer-chair in the glass-room. 🔊

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