nap in a sentence

nap meaning:

v. i.) To have a short sleep; to be drowsy; to doze.

n.) A short sleep; a doze; a siesta.





nap sentence:

How about taking a nap?

I tried to nap on the plane.

I had a short nap after lunch.

A few hours nap will do you good.

He is taking a nap half the time.

She likes to have an afternoon nap.

My mother takes a nap every afternoon.

How many hours do you take a nap every day?

He nestled himself into the sofa for a nap.

He was aroused from his nap by the doorbell.

A ten-minute power nap can boost your productivity.

He likes to nap for an hour when he gets home from work.

Feeling tired after his walk in the country, he took a nap.

My father was taking a nap on the sofa, with his legs stretched toward the fire.

An elderly person may nap during the day and then sleep only five hours a night.

She likes to have an afternoon nap.

Tired of reading, she took a nap.

Grandfather is napping on the sofa.

The boss caught me napping today when he asked me about that XYZ project we worked on last month.

I would often take naps on Sundays.

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