The Collaborative International Dictionary
Neaped \Neaped\, a. (Naut.) Left aground on the height of a spring tide, so that it will not float till the next spring tide; -- called also beneaped.
(context nautical English) Left aground on the height of a spring tide, preventing floating till the next spring tide. v
(en-past of: neap)
Usage examples of "neaped".
There was a power plant that ran on methane, to judge by the pile of animal dung neaped next to it, and a great big metal doughnut, still sitting in half of the crate it had come in, that looked like the makings of a small fusion generator.