catnap


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Synonyms for catnap

a brief sleep

to sleep for a brief period

Synonyms for catnap

sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)

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CAT BASKET Pixie reclines LAZING Z Pixie's favourite catnap spots
A poll of 500 office staff found most of those having a catnap fell asleep for less than 10 minutes, but one in 10 of those nodding off snoozed for more than half an hour.
While Rhoda Fleishman shops at the Lane County Farmer's Market, her dog, Gertrude Bell, grabs a catnap on the warm pavement in the park blocks of downtown Eugene, where the Farmer's Market is open today and has a season-ending session next Tuesday.
The 13-week-old kitty had climbed in for a catnap - when scalding water poured into the machine.
ENJOYING a catnap is Harry, he belongs to Hilary Robinson of Thornaby.
Things like sneaking a catnap under the bunks because he was sleep deprived.
I base this on being a telephone operator in the RAF where I learned to catnap, which is one of the great things you can ever learn to do.
He belongs to Claire Shepherd from Hartlepool ENJOYING a catnap is Hermione.
power naps: A hotel chain have begun renting out rooms for half an hour to enable tired motorists to take a catnap.
The money will help ensure our troops have a place to catch a catnap, enjoy a nice buffet, watch TV or call home while they're traveling through L.
A HOTEL chain yesterday began renting out its rooms for half-an-hour to enable tired motorists to take a catnap.
And that appeal is enduring - for the creature who put the cat in catnap celebrates his 25th anniversary tomorrow.
There is evidence that a single 15-20 minute catnap can revive the senses.
IT was the catnap to beat all catnaps when Toots the tabby settled down to grab 40 winks in a chest of drawers - and slept for eight days.
Eight hours, and if I don't get it I really value a catnap.