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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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Obsessed as he is with his own self-interest, catnapping and eating, one can't help feeling that Garfield might be just the tiniest bit impressed by the celebrations that will mark his 25th anniversary.
Obsessed as he is with his own selfinterest, catnapping and eating, one can't help feeling that Garfield might be just the tiniest bit impressed by the celebrations that will mark his 25th anniversary.
By the time the fire deaths have escalated, those responsible will be catnapping on red leather benches.
Pet owners could be hit by more "catnapping" in Dumfries after a Siamese worth about pounds 300 vanished.
Whether normal or not, catnapping by key people at important conferences is indefensible and must be eradicated.
You hear about this a lot, folk making up stories about yielding to the vagabond spirit of the feline will, because it sounds better than catnapping. If someone left a car in your driveway with the keys in the ignition, would you keep that?
Catnapping for 15-20 minutes each day can recharge your batteries for hours.
The PM said: "I wish I was good at catnapping but I'm not.
"I wish I was good at catnapping but I'm not - once I'm awake, that's it.
The first shot of Chronicle is a dark, massive close-up of the filmmaker's father's catnapping head, its constituent parts obscured, an image that becomes legible only after long staring and a little movement.