catnapped catnapped


  1. (n) sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)
  2. (v) take a siesta


  1. In flight, he worked on speeches, changed his clothes, catnapped.
  2. As aging legislators catnapped and clerks clogged the rear of the chamber, it became apparent that an adequate ECA appropriation and a strong draft law were essential.
  3. No critic catnapped more frequently in his seat, and the Trib's critic was famed for writing some of his most thoughtful review's about concerts through which he had dozed.


  • "Guys catnapped and kind of did their thing," Francona said. "We did OK."
    on Mar 21, 2008 By: Terry Francona Source:

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