How to use napper in a sentence
The research also showed that daytime naps improved productivity, executive function, and psychological well-being, though total income didn’t increase because nappers spent less time actually working.
But, there are some people who are just not good nappers, or some people just don’t want a nap on any given day.
If you compare nappers to people who just take a break, naps look great.
Mednick has found that nappers perform as well on a pattern-recognition task as people who have slept overnight.Nap time is the new coffee break. Here’s how to make the most of it. | Galadriel Watson | February 1, 2021 | Washington Post
If you’re a napper, catch that wave … It can be restorative.
napper did another take of the portrait which the authorities accepted.
The picture was painted by John napper who famously said it was, "a beautiful painting of a queen, but not this Queen".
He could well understand the stories they told of napper Tandy, and the great rebel in the gardens of Versailles.The Wind Bloweth | Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
"Got a bit of a crack, and it put me off my napper for a spell," he said.Dave Dawson with the R.A.F | R. Sidney Bowen
A club was then formed in Dublin, of which napper Tandy became a leading member.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 | Mary Frances Cusack
napper, and indeed his friend Grattan, have totally lost their influence in the Corporation.Memoirs of the Court and Cabinets of George the Third, Volume 2 (of 2) | The Duke of Buckingham
This was a stratagem for which Bill napper was not prepared.Tales of Mean Streets | Arthur Morrison
British Dictionary definitions for napper (1 of 2)
a person or thing that raises the nap on cloth
British Dictionary definitions for napper (2 of 2)
British a slang or dialect word for head (def. 1)
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