liquor, especially ale.
Other definitions for nappy (2 of 4)
a small shallow dish, usually round and often of glass, with a flat bottom and sloping sides, for serving food.
Other definitions for nappy (3 of 4)
- nap·pi·ness, noun
How to use nappy in a sentence
This modern autocrat suckles from your own breast and buries you beneath a mountain of sullied nappies.
Nappies are dishes or bowls of a peculiar shape which are made for pigeon nests.Profitable Squab Breeding | Carl Dare
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (1 of 2)
British a piece of soft material, esp towelling or a disposable material, wrapped around a baby in order to absorb its urine and excrement: Also called: napkin US and Canadian name: diaper
British Dictionary definitions for nappy (2 of 2)
having a nap; downy; fuzzy
(of alcoholic drink, esp beer)
having a head; frothy
strong or heady
dialect, mainly British slightly intoxicated; tipsy
(of a horse) jumpy or irritable; nervy
any strong alcoholic drink, esp heady beer
- nappiness, noun
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