GRE Word List

FRAY

brawl; fight; V: wear away or unravel by rubbing; have loose threads developing; cause to become worn out (a person's temper or nerves); CF. rub

Annoy meaning | Annoy in a Sentence...
Annoy meaning | Annoy in a Sentence | Most common words in English #shorts

The meaning of the word fray is brawl; fight; V: wear away or unravel by rubbing; have loose threads developing; cause to become worn out (a person's temper or nerves); CF. rub.

Random words

WordMeaning
emaciatedthin and wasted (from hunger or illness)
salutarytending to improve; beneficial; wholesome; Ex. The punishment had a salutary effect on the boy; CF. health
abodedwelling place; home
paraphraserestate a passage in one's own words while retaining thought of author; N: restatement of a text in other words
crestfallendejected; dispirited
aberrationdeviation from the normal; mental disorder
acidulousslightly sour (in taste or manner); sharp; caustic
onomatopoeiawords formed in imitation of natural sounds
crotchety(of someone old) eccentric; odd; whimsical; bad-tempered; N. crotchet: odd or whimsical notion
festivejoyous; celebratory; relating to a feast or festival