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Definition of Fraying

  1. p. pr. & vb. n. of Fray
  2. noun The skin which a deer frays from his horns.

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Fraying - definition of Fraying by the Free Online Dictionary ...

A scuffle; a brawl. See Synonyms at brawl. 2. A heated dispute or contest. tr.v. frayed, frayВ·ing, frays Archaic. 1. To alarm; frighten. 2. To drive away.

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fraying use in phrases and idioms. Idioms with fraying. fraying in expressions. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.

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Definition of FRAYING. : something rubbed or worn off by fraying. First Known Use of FRAYING. 1637. Rhymes with FRAYING. gleying, maying, saying. Browse ...

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Paphiopedilum gratrixianum 'Foster' x 'Olympic' From Troy Meyers. More info on Plantgasm: plantgasm.com/archives/5516. Anyone can see this photo All rights ...

fray - Wiktionary

fray (third-person singular simple present frays, present participle fraying, simple past and past participle frayed). (intransitive) To unravel; used particularly for ...

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Fray | Define Fray at Dictionary.com

While nowadays frays are things that people willingly “enter” or “join” or even ... to cause strain on (something); upset; discompose: All that arguing is fraying my ...