Definition of napless in US English:

napless

adjective

  • See nap

    • ‘We stay in a cheap hotel that has hard, napless, gummy carpeting, like the stuff you sometimes find in the vicinity of indoor swimming pools.’
    • ‘Note that nap and napless carpets played a crucial role in everyday life of Azerbaijanians.’
    • ‘Today most of the world uses thick, thirsty Turkish bath towels, but for most of history the world dried off after the bath with plain old napless pieces of cloth.’
    • ‘Also, the lateral napless edges along a fabric web have also been scanned by means of mechanical sensors.’
    • ‘Also most of the napless cloths have a lower resilience providing higher removal rates.’