Synonym: battle, brush, clash, conflict, fight, melee, quarrel, rub, scuffle, skirmish, struggle, tatter, tussle, wear away. Similar words: gray, tray, array, spray, portray, frame, frank, fraud. Meaning: [freɪ] n. a noisy fight. v. 1. wear away by rubbing 2. cause friction.
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(1) The collar had started to fray on Jack's raincoat.
(2) Tempers began to fray in the hot weather.
(3) It was fashionable to fray the bottoms of your jeans.
(4) After an hour of waiting, tempers began to fray .
(5) Why should you get involved in their fray?
(6) He launched himself into the fray.
(7) Three civilians were injured during the fray.
(8) Tempers soon began to fray .
(9) Nerves / Tempers began to fray in the heat.
(10) Constant rubbing will fray even the thickest rope.
(11) Are you ready for the fray?
(12) Talk turned to money and tempers began to fray.
(13) The stitching had begun to fray at the edges.
(14) The other soldiers quickly joined the fray, launching missile attacks in the city.
(15) Tempers began to fray as the two teams failed to score.
(16) This kind of living was beginning to fray her nerves.
(17) Her washing machine tends to fray edges on intricate designs.
(18) He is raring to charge into the fray and lay down the law.
(19) Alyssia felt her temper begin to fray.
(20) Their tempers are starting to fray.
(21) The state-controlled television threw itself vigorously into the fray.
(22) Home venture, will enter the fray next month.
(23) Thousands of ordinary people were forced into the fray.
(24) Current students joined the fray as well.
(25) Slow sideboard sparkler, we watch its wadding softly fray.
(26) His friend van Rappard joined the fray, urging him to stay put, as he was doing. Sentencedict.com
(27) He would be inspiring young people to get into the political fray.
(28) There will have to be a second round of voting when new candidates can enter the fray.
(29) At 71, he has now retired from the political fray.
(30) Without the unifying forces of the army and the monarchy, it seems, the nation would begin to fray at the edges.