noun, plural can·a·pés [kan-uh-peez, -peyz; French ka-na-pey] /ˈkæn ə piz, -ˌpeɪz; French ka naˈpeɪ/.
Origin of canapé
Examples from the Web for canape
An oxeye daisy, p. 31, may be placed in center of canape, in the wreath of parsley.The Laurel Health Cookery|Evora Bucknum Perkins
It consists of oysters, a canape, a fruit cocktail, grapefruit or something else of the same kind.Book of Etiquette, Volume 2|Lillian Eichler Watson
She and Peter were in the pantry, deep in the manufacture of a certain sort of canape.Sisters|Kathleen Norris