Crèpe

A thin pancake.
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crepe

[n] - paper with a crinkled texture 2. [n] - a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
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crepe

Fabric woven from yarns spun with an extra-high twist, giving it a crinkled texture and good drape and handle. The effect can be imitated by various chemical finishes applied selectively, causing...
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Crêpe

Crêpe noun Same as Crape .
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Crêpe

Crêpe (krâp; Eng. krāp) noun [ French] Any of various crapelike fabrics, whether crinkled or not. Crêpe de Chine [ French de Chine of China], Canton crape or an inferior gauzy fabric resembling it. -- C. lisse
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crepe

crape noun a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
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crepe

noun paper with a crinkled texture; usually colored and used for decorations
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crepe

verb cover or drape with crape; `crape the mirror`
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Crepe

• (n.) Same as Crape. • (n.) Any of various crapelike fabrics, whether crinkled or not.
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crepe

French pancake made of a thin batter containing flour, eggs, melted butter, salt, milk, water, and, if the crepes are to be served with a sweet sauce ...
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crepe

(`crisped,` `frizzled,` or `wrinkled`), any of a family of fabrics of various constructions and weights but all possessing a crinkled or granular ... [2 related articles]
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crepe

crepe (krāp) , thin fabric of crinkled texture, woven originally in silk but now available in all major fibers. There are two kinds of crepe. The hard-finished, typically dyed black and used for mourning (which tends to retain the old spelling crape), is made of hand-twisted silk yarn and fini...
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crepe

(krayp) - Crepe is French for "pancake" is derived from creper meaning "to crisp." It is used in referring to the final filled culinary creation and also the "pancake" made from batter. Though the French word has been adopted in the U.S. the crepe is by no means exclusively French. Almost every nationality developed i...
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Crepe

[disambiguation] A crepe is a pancake. Crepe, crêpe, or crape may also refer to: ...
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Crêpe

[textile] Crêpe or crape (Anglicized versions of the Fr. crêpe ) is a silk, wool, or synthetic fiber fabric with a distinctively crisp, crimped appearance. The term crape typically refers to a form of the fabric associated specifically with mourning, also historically called crespe or crisp. (The word crape is also used as an Anglicized s...
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Crêpe

A crêpe or crepe (p or p Fr-Paris--crêpe.ogg, Quebec French: Qc-crêpe.ogg) is a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour (crêpes de Froment) or buckwheat flour (galettes). The word is of French origin, deriving from the Latin crispa, meaning `curled`. While crêpes are often associated with Brittany, a region in the northwest.....
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Crepe

Used to describe all kinds of fabrics--wool, cotton, silk, rayon, synthetics and blends-that have a crinkle, crimped or grained surface.
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Crepe

A fine, almost gauzelike fabric made of synthetic or natural fibers that are twisted to give a slightly crinkled texture. It can be found in a variety of different weights and levels of sheerness. Crepes are dull with a harsh dry feel.
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Crepe

A fabric with a crinkled surface texture. This crinkled effect can be achieved by using over-twisted yarns, by weaving with varied tensions, by treating the fabric with caustic soda, or by embossing the fabric.
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Crepe

Used to describe all kinds of fabrics; wool, cotton, silk, rayon, synthetics and blends that have a crinkle, crimped or grained surface.
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Crepe

Used to describe all kinds of fabrics--wool, cotton, silk, rayon, synthetics and blends-that have a light and thin wrinkled surface.
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Crepe

Crepe is a twisted weave fabric with a pebbly appearance that doesnt wrinkle. While wool and polyester crepes are the most commen, silk, rayon and occasionally cotton crepes are also available. Wool crepe varies in quality. More expensive wool crepe resists wrinkles better and is more opaque than its less expensive look-alikes.
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CREPE

A variety of fabrics use this term. Crepe satin, crepe georgette, wool crepe, etc. All fabrics are related as they have a slightly pebbly texture. Some made with crepe yarns others artificially with embossing or chemical application. Wash according to fabric.
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Crepe

Nicely draping, light to medium weight fabrics with a pebbly or crinkly surface, achieved by using hard twist yarns, or some form of chemical, construction, embossing or surface treatment. Crepes are available in a wide range of fibers and blends, natural and synthetic, and in may different constructions. Varieties include crepe back satin, crepe ...
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Crepe

Fabric characterised by a crincled or puckered surface, which can be produced by a number of methods.
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