napped


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(of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing

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For those who may be afraid napping during the day will prevent them from sleeping at night, the study also found that people who napped the longest after lunch also slept the longest at night, while people who did not nap at all reported the shortest nighttime sleep durations.
A Japanese group, at Fukushima University, found that children at all-day preschools, where 90-minute naps were compulsory, were more likely to be moody in the morning than children of the same age who napped only when they were tired.
Performance plummeted among those who hadn't napped.
The doctors and nurses who napped also tended to complete more quickly the simulated intravenous insertion, and they were safer drivers in the tests.