The Champagne was frappé to the minute, the Chambertin shed its bouquet, and the Bordeaux of rare quality.
Le missionnaire, frappé de ces paroles, lui en demanda la raison.
Often, to improve the appearance, the mold is first lined with a frappé or an ice and then filled with the heavier mixture.
Mix cider, sugar, and strained fruit juice; freeze to a mush, and serve in frappé glasses with the roast.
"iced drink," 1922, American English (earlier as an adjective, "iced," 1848), from French frappé, from past participle of frapper "to chill," literally "to beat," from Old French fraper "to hit, strike" (see frap (v.)).