Fray - definition, pronunciation, transcription
The fabric is very fine and frays easily.
Her nerves became severely frayed.
The collar had started to fray on Ed's coat.
He had frayed the bottom of his jeans.
Tempers soon began to fray.
The carpet was badly frayed.
The second blow makes the fray.
The friction frayed the sleeve
Three civilians were injured during the fray.
He launched himself into the fray.
The other soldiers quickly joined the fray, launching missile attacks in the city.
Some workmen did throw themselves hotheadedly into the fray.
present participle: fraying
past tense: frayed
past participle: frayed