noun, plural fran·gi·pan·is, fran·gi·pan·i.
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Example sentences from the Web for frangipani
There was no doubt that the Frangipani had spied upon him for reasons not difficult to surmise.
"I shall smile in the hour when the Frangipani lies at my feet," Francesco replied with heaving chest.
There are healthful breezes there, but they do not quite sweep away the scent of frangipani.Romantic Spain|John Augustus O'Shea
The Frangipani regarded them for a moment with a contemptuous smile.
A down cut hewed the dexter cantrel from the Frangipani's shield.