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frap

verb \ˈfrap\
frappedfrap·ping

Definition of FRAP

transitive verb
:  to draw tight (as with ropes or cables) <frap a sail>

Origin of FRAP

Middle English, to strike, beat, from Anglo-French fraper
First Known Use: 1548

Rhymes with FRAP

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