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Definition of napping:
  • part of speech: (verb, impersonal)

    Taking a short sleep; slumbering.

Usage examples for napping:
They knew that to be caught napping meant to be rushed, and then the Freshmen would gain the coveted cannon. ” The Adventures of a Freshman, - Jesse Lynch Williams.
The President's message; plenty of good, honest intentions; simple, unaffected wording, but a confession that by the attack on Sumpter, and the uprising of Virginia, the administration was, so to speak, caught napping Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862, - Adam Gurowski.

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