[ kreyp ]
/ kreɪp /
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noun, verb (used with object), craped, crap·ing.
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Origin of crape
OTHER WORDS FROM crapecrapelike, adjective
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How to use crape in a sentence
Crapes are crisped (crepés) or smooth; the former being double, are used in close mourning, the latter in less deep.
Crapes are all woven and dyed with the silk in the raw state.
Crapes seem to weigh her down, yet there must be some for street use.Floyd Grandon's Honor|Amanda Minnie Douglas
British Dictionary definitions for crape
/ (kreɪp) /
a variant spelling of crepe
crepe, esp when used for mourning clothes
a band of black crepe worn in mourning
Derived forms of crapecrapy, adjective
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