Definition of Fraying. Meaning of Fraying. Synonyms of Fraying

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Definition of Fraying

Fraying
Fraying Fray"ing, n. (Zo["o]l.) The skin which a deer frays from his horns. --B. Jonson.
Fraying
Fray Fray, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Frayed (fr[=a]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Fraying.] [See 1st Fray, and cf. Affray.] To frighten; to terrify; to alarm. --I. Taylor. What frays ye, that were wont to comfort me affrayed? --Spenser.

Meaning of Fraying from wikipedia

- is used because the incorrectly matched nucleotides tend to avoid bonding, thus appearing similar to the strands in a fraying piece of rope.
- split ends , the splitting or fraying of hair, also known as trichoptilosis. split end , a type of wide receiver in american and canadian
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- the selvages keep the fabric from unraveling or fraying the selvages are a result of how the fabric is created. in woven fabric, selvages
- west country whipping is a quick practical method of using twine to secure the end of a rope to prevent it fraying. rope's end from fraying.
- the functional purpose of turned cuffs is to protect the material from fraying and, when fra****, to allow the cuffs to be repaired or
- the sawtooth pattern does not prevent the fraying but limits the length of the fra**** thread and thus minimizes damage. other applications
- interference, with the relationship fraying when rogerson orders hitman christopher 'mr. rent-a-kill' flannery to murder police officer michael drury.
- the sap, locally called 'kino,' was used by natives to keep fish lines from fraying and by the early settlers for ink. file:eucalyptus
- a matthew walker knot is a decorative knot that is used to keep the end of a rope from fraying. it is tied by unraveling the strands of a