verb (used with object), creped, crep·ing.
Origin of crepe
noun, plural crêpes [kreyps; for 2 also kreps or, French, krep] /kreɪps; for 2 also krɛps or, French, krɛp/.
Origin of crêpe
Examples from the Web for crepe
Contemporary Examples of crepe
When the crepe is golden on the bottom, turn over and a cook the other side until golden.Cat Cora’s Valentine’s Day Menu for Single People
February 13, 2014
Historical Examples of crepe
In fact, she had the lilies of the field lookin' like crepe paper imitations.Torchy As A Pa
"I looked for the crepe on the door as we drove up," I told him.Land of the Burnt Thigh
Edith Eudora Kohl
At that very moment, the crepe flounce on her dress was accidently torn off.Revolutionary Reader
Sophie Lee Foster
But even at that they considered it poor taste when he hung a piece of crepe on the door.Wunpost
As mentioned before, the crepe for vacuum drying should be thin.The Preparation of Plantation Rubber
Word Origin for crepe
1797, from French crêpe, from Old French crespe (14c.), from Latin crispa, fem. of crispus "curled, wrinkled" (see crisp (adj.)). Meaning "small, thin pancake" is from 1877. Crepe paper is first attested 1895.