verb (used with object), ge·napped, ge·nap·ping.
Origin of genappe
Examples from the Web for genappe
The duke made good his words by giving his guest the estate of Genappe, of which Louis took possession at the end of July.Charles the Bold|Ruth Putnam
His right was in advance of Planchenois, and his left rested on the Genappe road, while his rear was skirted by thick woods.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
The Prussians threw themselves into Genappe, furious, no doubt, that they were not more entirely the conquerors.
At the first sound of the Prussian drums and bugles, Genappe was abandoned, and nothing thought of but headlong flight.
At Genappe, an effort was made to wheel about, to present a battle front, to draw up in line.