Fray

• (v. t.) To frighten; to terrify; to alarm. • (v. t.) To rub; to wear off, or wear into shreds, by rubbing; to fret, as cloth; as, a deer is said to fray her head. • (n.) A fret or chafe, as in cloth; a place injured by rubbing. • (v. t.) To bear the expense of; to defray. • (n.) Affray; broil; contest; combat. • (v. ...
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fray

verb cause friction; `my sweater scratches`
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fray

frazzle verb wear away by rubbing; `The friction frayed the sleeve`
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fray

[Noun] An exciting activity, fight or argument.
Example: Everyone in the pub was fighting, so Ben joined in the fray.
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Fray

Fray (frā) noun [ Abbreviated from affray .] Affray; broil; contest; combat. « Who began this bloody fray Shak.
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Fray

Fray intransitive verb 1. To rub. « We can show the marks he made When 'gainst the oak his antlers frayed Sir W. Scott. 2. To wear out or into shreads, or to suffer injury by rubbing, as when the threads of the warp or of the woof wear off so that the cro...
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Fray

Fray noun A fret or chafe, as in cloth; a place injured by rubbing.
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Fray

Fray transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Frayed (frād); present participle & verbal noun Fraying .] [ See 1st Fray , and confer Affray .] To frighten; to terrify; to alarm. I. Taylor. « What
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fray

a noisy fight
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fray

a noisy fight
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Fray

archaic or obsolete terms > General: Public disorder
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Fray

To come unwoven.
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fray

[v] - wear away by rubbing
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