Definition of frappé
: chilled or partly frozen
Origin and Etymology of frappé
French, from past participle of frapper to strike, chill, from Old French fraper to strike
First Known Use: 1848See Words from the same year
Recent Examples of frappé from the Web
If your Instagram feed has been feeling the void since Starbucks launched the Unicorn Frappuccino two months ago, fear not: The wait may finally be over for the next photo-worthy frappes.
Drinks include houseade frappes, floats and even its own craft beer, Wahlbrewski.
Now there are multiple coffee machines, blenders for frappes and rows of syrups and flavorings.
Frappes and lattes are made in a connecting closet turned work space.
Wahlburgers is a fast-casual/full-service hybrid concept that serves gourmet burgers, fries and tots along with a bar that pours adult frappes, cocktails and beer.
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First Known Use of frappé
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