catnapping catnapping


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


  1. Markup of healthcare reform bill is too important for catnapping! http:tinyurl.
  2. After arriving in the morning, exhausted French soldiers sat in the shade beside their APCs, sipping water or catnapping while awaiting orders for the perilous return journey.
  3. He had a phenomenal catnapping ability.


  • Teen shooting suspects' trail of violence ends

    A week of deadly violence that launched a statewide manhunt for two Columbus murder suspects ended yesterday when an off-duty Dayton police officer spotted the two wanted teens catnapping in a stolen car. That Dayton officer recognized the two as 17-year-old Devonere Simmonds and 18-year-old Nathaniel Brunner — both of Columbus’ South Side and both already charged with murder — and he called for ...
    on July 28, 2013     Source: The Columbus Dispatch

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