- n small very thin pancake
- n a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
- v cover or drape with crape
crape the mirror
- v curl tightly
- Those who want to depart in style can, for a price (as high as $3,000), have black crape hung from the church's inner walls and black crape muffling the pews, black drapery with a .
- Cities unable to keep up with the maintenance of large roadside trees swap them for pygmy-statured hawthorns and crape myrtles.
- One newly riffed employee draped his office with crape and coined a new word for what had happened to him.
News & Articles
- Crape Myrtle Sale Coming Up
The Ledger's annual crape myrtle sale to benefit Newspapers in Education, a Polk County Schools literacy program, will be held on June 22 in the main parking lot of the Ledger building at 300 W. Lime St. in Lakeland.
June 8, 2013 - The Lakeland Ledger