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Meanings of Frats:

noun

A college fraternity.

Usage examples:

A frat party

Meanings of Frau:

noun

A title or form of address for a german-speaking woman.

Usage examples:

Frau nordern

Fraud

frɔːd

Meanings of Fraud:

noun

Wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Usage examples:

He was convicted of fraud

Meanings of Frauds:

noun

Wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Usage examples:

He was convicted of fraud

Fraudster

ˈfrɔːd.stər

Meanings of Fraudster:

noun

A person who gets money by deceiving people

Usage examples:

Fraudsters are using increasingly sophisticated tactics to obtain people's personal details.

Fraudulent

ˈfrɔː.dʒə.lənt

Meanings of Fraudulent:

adjective

Obtained, done by, or involving deception, especially criminal deception.

Usage examples:

Fraudulent share dealing

Meanings of Fraudulently:

adverb

In a way that involves deception, especially criminal deception.

Usage examples:

She bought goods with a fraudulently obtained credit card

Frauen

fraʊ

Meanings of Frauen:

noun

A title or form of address for a german-speaking woman.

Usage examples:

Frau nordern

Meanings of Fraught:

adjective

(of a situation or course of action) filled with or likely to result in (something undesirable).

Usage examples:

Marketing any new product is fraught with danger

Meanings of Fraulein:

noun

A title or form of address for an unmarried german-speaking woman, especially a young woman.

Usage examples:

Fräulein winkelmann

Meanings of Frauleins:

noun

A title or form of address for an unmarried german-speaking woman, especially a young woman.

Usage examples:

Fräulein winkelmann

Meanings of Fraxinella:

noun

Another term for gas plant.

Fray

freɪ

Meanings of Fray:

verb

(of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravel or become worn at the edge, typically through constant rubbing.

Usage examples:

Cheap fabric soon frays
noun

A situation of intense competitive activity.

Usage examples:

Ten companies intend to bid for the contract, with three more expected to enter the fray

Frayed

freɪd

Meanings of Frayed:

adjective

(of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravelled or worn at the edge.

Usage examples:

The frayed collar of her old coat
verb

(of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravel or become worn at the edge, typically through constant rubbing.

Usage examples:

Cheap fabric soon frays

Meanings of Fraying:

verb

(of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravel or become worn at the edge, typically through constant rubbing.

Usage examples:

Cheap fabric soon frays
noun

A situation of intense competitive activity.

Usage examples:

Ten companies intend to bid for the contract, with three more expected to enter the fray

Meanings of Frays:

verb

(of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravel or become worn at the edge, typically through constant rubbing.

Usage examples:

Cheap fabric soon frays
noun

A situation of intense competitive activity.

Usage examples:

Ten companies intend to bid for the contract, with three more expected to enter the fray

Frazil

ˈfreɪz(ə)l

Meanings of Frazil:

noun

Soft or amorphous ice formed by the accumulation of ice crystals in water that is too turbulent to freeze solid.

Usage examples:

The initial form of sea ice is a slurry of ice crystals called frazil ice, which under various cond…

Meanings of Frazzle:

verb

Cause to show the effects of exhaustion or strain.

Usage examples:

Richard was frequently frazzled by the conflicting demands of work and home
noun

The state of being completely exhausted.

Usage examples:

I'm tired, worn to a frazzle

Frazzled

ˈfræz.əld

Meanings of Frazzled:

adjective

Showing the effects of exhaustion or strain.

Usage examples:

A long line of screaming children and frazzled parents
verb

Cause to show the effects of exhaustion or strain.

Usage examples:

Richard was frequently frazzled by the conflicting demands of work and home

Meanings of Frazzles:

verb

Cause to show the effects of exhaustion or strain.

Usage examples:

Richard was frequently frazzled by the conflicting demands of work and home
noun

The state of being completely exhausted.

Usage examples:

I'm tired, worn to a frazzle

Frazzling

ˈfraz(ə)l

Meanings of Frazzling:

verb

Cause to show the effects of exhaustion or strain.

Usage examples:

Richard was frequently frazzled by the conflicting demands of work and home
noun

The state of being completely exhausted.

Usage examples:

I'm tired, worn to a frazzle

Freak

friːk

Meanings of Freak:

noun

A very unusual and unexpected event or situation.

Usage examples:

The teacher says the accident was a total freak
verb

Behave or cause to behave in a wild and irrational way, typically because of the effects of extreme emotion or drugs.

Usage examples:

He freaked out and smashed the place up
adjective

Extremely unusual or unlikely

Usage examples:

She died in a freak automobile accident., a freak midsummer hailstorm caught us all by surprise., m…

Meanings of Freak out:

noun

A wildly irrational reaction or spell of behaviour.

Usage examples:

And i try to keep my rare freak-outs to things that deserve an actual freak-out.

Meanings of Freak-out:

phrasal verb

Lose one's nerve

noun

A wildly irrational reaction or spell of behaviour.

Usage examples:

And i try to keep my rare freak-outs to things that deserve an actual freak-out.

Freaked

friːk

Meanings of Freaked:

verb

Behave or cause to behave in a wild and irrational way, typically because of the effects of extreme emotion or drugs.

Usage examples:

He freaked out and smashed the place up
noun

A very unusual and unexpected event or situation.

Usage examples:

The teacher says the accident was a total freak

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