crepe crepe  /ˈkreɪp/


  1. (n) paper with a crinkled texture; usually colored and used for decorations
  2. (n) small very thin pancake
  3. (n) a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
  4. (v) cover or drape with crape


  1. Fifteen minutes later Kathleen Kennedy arrived in delphinium pink suede crepe, a short mink jacket and a little hat of pink blue ostrich feathers.
  2. His boldly belled crepe pants suit with gold trim has that liquid look.
  3. Though the crepe of impending war hangs over Towers, the film is vivid with melodrama, conflicted love and potent new characters.


  1. Cathie Anderson: Eviction fight before business burned

    Just days before an April 29 fire shut down Crepe Escape on Freeport Boulevard, landlords Jeffrey and Shih Ying Tu secured a judge's ruling that they could evict the restaurant's owner.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Sacramento Bee

  2. Cupcakes by Cravinley's delicious crepes recipe

    Love crepes? The sweet and savory creations by Chef Brad Livingston from Cupcakes by Cravinley's during WMBF News at 4 were just so scrumptious...we had to share the recipe with you!
    on June 8, 2013     Source: WMBF News Myrtle Beach

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