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French crêpe from Old French crespe curly from Latin crispus sker-2 in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French crêpe, from Latin crispus.
We'd only had a crepe for lunch about an hour ago.. .
For example, some women prefer maternity blue jeans and tee shirts while others like the look of maternity knit pants paired with a stylish crepe kurta.
It has a beautiful shimmery front side and back that is flattened crepe.
Crepe de Chine is a silk fabric made from twisting the silk fibers in opposite directions.
Buckle the belt around your child's waist or have her step into the slip making sure the crepe paper covers the entire belt or slip from view.
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