verb (used with object), creped, crep·ing.
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Origin of crepe
Definition for crepe (2 of 2)
noun, plural crêpes [kreyps; for 2 also kreps or, French, krep]. /kreɪps; for 2 also krɛps or, French, krɛp/.
Origin of crêpe
Example sentences from the Web for crepe
Ted tugged at the brass buttons of her red, wool-crepe dress.‘Tracing the Blue Light’: Read Chapter 1 of Eileen Cronin’s ‘Mermaid’|Eileen Cronin|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When the crepe is golden on the bottom, turn over and a cook the other side until golden.
Think a sari in silk crepe paired with a logoed jacquard mesh-knit shirt.
It also used organza, compact crepe and cotton jersey plisse, among others.Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2014: Palazzo Fashion|Liza Foreman|September 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A boxy white overcoat with a plunging neckline was a highlight, as was as a sand-colored crepe dress with an equally low neckline.
Then her cheeks began to pale, till they were tinged like the creamy plumes of the white crepe myrtle that grew in the ruin.
But she gazes beyond the salon, back into the big dining hall, where the white crepe myrtle grows.
Together they went down the hill to a poor little house, marked by white crepe.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
The idea of a woman like this Mrs. Edes seeing Aunt Susan in that awful pink crepe wrapper!
Afterward Martha made cruel fun of her Aunt's pink crepe and made her buy a kimona.