When the crepe is golden on the bottom, turn over and a cook the other side until golden.
Except for church, crepe veils and clothes heavily trimmed with crepe are not appropriate in the country—ever!
In fact, she had the lilies of the field lookin' like crepe paper imitations.
But if you are not a little careful in handling it you'll be a fit subject for a bunch of violets—tied with crepe.
"I looked for the crepe on the door as we drove up," I told him.
This is done under the impression that the market price is influenced by the evenness of the edges of crepe rubbers.
But even at that they considered it poor taste when he hung a piece of crepe on the door.
The cake booths were attractively decorated with crepe paper and flags.
As mentioned before, the crepe for vacuum drying should be thin.
They all used to be before she married, and I suppose they will be again as soon as the crepe gets entirely worn off her clothes.
1797, from French crêpe, from Old French crespe (14c.), from Latin crispa, fem. of crispus "curled, wrinkled" (see crisp (adj.)). Meaning "small, thin pancake" is from 1877. Crepe paper is first attested 1895.