Nautical To make secure by lashing: frap a sail. (verb-transitive)
Nautical To take up the slack of; tighten.(verb-transitive)
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Use "frap" in a sentence
"Â His intern, January, has been conscripted by Suzanne Padilla, a reporter who has been possessed by similar alien forces as Mitchell, to steal his frap-gun."
"Just as long as she gets onstage, exposes her frap bloat and lipsyncs horribly, I'm all for it."
"At 2, my daughter would ask for "decaff vanilla frap.""