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Spell check of crepe

Correct spelling: crepe

tarpaper, worsted, rayon, crimp, twill, nylon, chiffon, cellophane, rubber, crepe paper, satin, duffel, papier-mache, felt, latex, brocade, Acrilan, cutlet, matting, vellum, silk, alpaca, frizzle, lame, gingham, burlap, cheesecloth, velvet, roofing paper, oilcloth, astrakhan, carbon paper, foulard, damask, taffeta, tissue, sharkskin, batik, percale, paisley, Orlon, coir, flannel, egg, velour, sacking sailcloth, tweed, crape, seersucker, rice paper, serge, sateen, corduroy, grenadine, quilting, foolscap, kink, cotton, herringbone, wrapping paper, crinoline, note paper, tricot, baize, dish, kink up, madras, tarpaulin, wool, frizz, paper, suede, blotting paper, French pancake, canvas, cashmere, mohair, bond, foam, foam rubber, tulle, parchment, calico, muslin, casserole, chenille, buckram, wax paper, linen, moleskin, longcloth, broadcloth, net, Jersey, bunting, barkcloth, challis, denim, onionskin, manila, plaid, Dacron, wall paper, chili con carne, fabric, chicken-fried steak, fleece, Celanese, croquette, couscous, cambric, dumpling, chintz, gabardine, gossamer, horsehair, newsprint, cardboard.

Examples of usage:

1) He had on some fluffy clothes, loosely tied round with a silk- crepe girdle, and wound to it the same old gold chain. - "Botchan (Master Darling)", Mr. Kin-nosuke Natsume, trans. by Yasotaro Morri.

2) The young girls look best in light gossamer material, in tulle, crepe, or tarlatan, in pale light colors or in white, while an elderly, stout woman never looks so badly as in low- necked light- colored silks or satins, Young women look well in natural flowers; elderly women, in feathers and jewelled head- dresses. - "Manners and Social Usages", Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood.

3) All the crepe I own! - "The Old Gray Homestead", Frances Parkinson Keyes.