American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Liqueur poured over shaved ice.
- n. Iced, sweetened, beaten coffee drink
- n. New England Thick milkshake containing ice cream.
- n. liqueur poured over shaved ice
- n. thick milkshake containing ice cream
- n. a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)
- Alteration of frappé. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“But they're from in/near Boston, where they use the term frappe (rhymes with cap) for proper (ice-creamful) milk shakes.”
“I appear to have missed the "frappe" setting, and for this, I am truly glad.”
“I could also tell you the tale of the "frappe," but I'm afraid I'm skating too close to the ban on dialect jokes.”
“The same thing happened with Starbucks: They came out with 'Frappuccino,' and competitors clamored to use the same portmanteau of 'frappe' and”
“Best Cappucino on the planet and best cold coffee/choclate frappe for the afternoon lag, great fresh fruit for breakfast ......”
“I tend to go with some form of iced coffee blended drink - frappe/frappacino/whatever along with a decent bit of scrambled egg, bacon and toast.”
“Or you can order from the regular menu: hot baguettes, jacket potatoes, iced coffees regular caramel frappe, £1.80 and fresh fruit smoothies.”
“Depuis l'intervention américaine en Irak, la politique de frappe préventive est très discutée.”
“I'm a 65+ woman from L.A. who goes to Paris twice a year ... and the first night I go to Chez McDonald's for a Big Mac and a vanilla frappe -- I can't face the French waiter with jet lag.”
“Cheryl Noland, a bank teller liaison, wore a sun hat while waiting for the bus to work and ambled in the shade of Lafayette Square after downing a chilled frappe.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘frappe’.
Words formed in imitation of the sound of the things they signify.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
"Everybody says words different,' said Ivy. 'Arkansas folks says 'em different, and Oklahomy folks says 'em different. And we seen a lady from Massachusetts, an' she said 'em different of all. Coul...
being items relating to food, cooking and the kitchen.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
Words coined or popularized during the Roaring '20s.
The things that can be done to a cuppa joe.
Words and phrases said to be exclusive to N.E.
Looking for tweets for frappe.