noun Northeastern U.S. (chiefly Eastern New England ).
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Definition for frappe (2 of 2)
noun, plural frap·pés [fra-peyz; French fra-pey] /fræˈpeɪz; French fraˈpeɪ/.
verb (used with object), frap·péed, frap·pé·ing.
Origin of frappé
Examples from the Web for frappe
To frappe a bottle of wine, we stood it on the porch; in a few minutes it would pour crystals.Vanished Arizona|Martha Summerhayes
In these days of prudery, almost all women of rank appear 'frappe a la glace', like a bottle of champagne.Gerfaut, Complete|Charles de Bernard
Orange frappe is simply an orange water ice frozen to a mush and served in frappe glasses.Dinners and Luncheons|Paul Pierce
"A frappe with blotting-paper on the side," Mr. Moody snarled from the slot-machine.Where There's A Will|Mary Roberts Rinehart