Frappe

a drink served cold / chilled or with ice.

frappe

  1. liqueur poured over shaved ice
  2. thick milkshake containing ice cream
  3. a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)

Frappé

(frap-pay). Semifrozen.

Frappe

• (a.) Iced; frozen; artificially cooled; as, wine frappe. • (n.) A frappe mixture or beverage, as a water ice, variously flavored, frozen soft, and served in glasses.
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frappé

(from the article `candy`) ...produce a nougat with chewy texture. Hard nougat has a moisture content of 5 to 7 percent; in soft nougats it may be as high as 9 to 10 percent. ...
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Frappé

Frap`pé' (frȧ`pā') adjective [ French, p.p. of frapper to strike, to chill.] Iced; frozen; artificially cooled; as, wine frappé . -- noun A frappé mixture or beverage, as a water ice, variously flavored, frozen soft, and served in glasses.
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Frappe

Any mixture of liqueurs over finely crushed ice.
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frappe

drink served very cold or with ice
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Frappe

Literally 'hit' or 'strike'. See Battement frappe describing hitting the floor or an ankle with a mo
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Frappé

Something that is iced or set on or in a bed of ice.
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Frappé

usually refers to a drink served very cold or with ice, often shaken.
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frappe

[n] - liqueur poured over shaved ice 2. [n] - thick milkshake containing ice cream
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