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Fretsaws

ˈfrɛtsɔː

Meanings of Fretsaws:

noun

A saw with a narrow blade stretched vertically on a frame, for cutting thin wood in patterns.

Usage examples:

One man laboriously cut the pierced decoration with a fretsaw and a variety of steel punches.

Meanings of Fretted:

adjective

(of a wooden object or structure) decorated with fretwork.

Usage examples:

Intricately carved and fretted balustrades
verb

Be constantly or visibly anxious.

Usage examples:

She fretted about the cost of groceries

Meanings of Fretting:

verb

Be constantly or visibly anxious.

Usage examples:

She fretted about the cost of groceries
noun

A state of anxiety.

Usage examples:

Why would anyone get themselves in a fret over something so simple?

Present participle of fret

Fretwork

ˈfret.wɜːk

Meanings of Fretwork:

noun

Ornamental design in wood, typically openwork, done with a fretsaw.

Usage examples:

He is now ready to produce works of art, fretwork, toys, or special assignments.

Meanings of Fretworks:

noun

Ornamental design in wood, typically openwork, done with a fretsaw.

Usage examples:

He is now ready to produce works of art, fretwork, toys, or special assignments.

Meanings of Freudian:

adjective

Relating to or influenced by sigmund freud and his methods of psychoanalysis, especially with reference to the importance of sexuality in human behaviour.

Usage examples:

The freudian concept of the superego
noun

A follower of freud or his methods.

Usage examples:

Freud is often praised by freudians for his apparent flexibility; for his willingness to alter his …

Meanings of Freudian slip:

idiom

A slip-up that (according to sigmund freud) results from the operation of unconscious wishes or conflicts and can reveal unconscious processes in normal healthy individuals

noun

An unintentional error regarded as revealing subconscious feelings.

Usage examples:

It is certainly a revealing, almost a freudian slip, you might say.

Freudians

ˌpəʊstˈfrɔɪ.di.ən

Meanings of Freudians:

noun

A follower of freud or his methods.

Usage examples:

Freud is often praised by freudians for his apparent flexibility; for his willingness to alter his …
adjective

Relating to or influenced by sigmund freud and his methods of psychoanalysis, especially with reference to the importance of sexuality in human behaviour.

Usage examples:

The freudian concept of the superego

Meanings of Frey:

proper noun

The god of fertility and dispenser of rain and sunshine.

Meanings of Freya:

proper noun

The goddess of love and of the night, sister of frey. she is often identified with frigga.

Meanings of Freyr:

proper noun

The god of fertility and dispenser of rain and sunshine.

Friable

ˈfraɪ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Friable:

adjective

Easily crumbled.

Usage examples:

The soil was friable between her fingers

Meanings of Friand:

noun

A small cake made from almond meal and typically flavoured with fruit.

Usage examples:

I laid out the friands and made sure the coffee was hot

Meanings of Friar:

noun

A member of any of certain religious orders of men, especially the four mendicant orders (augustinians, carmelites, dominicans, and franciscans).

Usage examples:

In the 1200's, members of new religious orders, called friars, began to work among the people.

Friarbird

ˈfrʌɪəˌbəːd

Meanings of Friarbird:

noun

A large australasian honeyeater with a dark, partly naked head and a long curved bill.

Usage examples:

The gray bird perched on the same dead limb that the raptor and the friarbirds had visited, and it …

Friaries

ˈfraɪə.ri

Meanings of Friaries:

noun

A building or community occupied by or consisting of friars.

Usage examples:

The friary is a building of stone turned dark by the city's grime.

Friars

ˈfrʌɪə

Meanings of Friars:

noun

A member of any of certain religious orders of men, especially the four mendicant orders (augustinians, carmelites, dominicans, and franciscans).

Usage examples:

In the 1200's, members of new religious orders, called friars, began to work among the people.

Friary

ˈfraɪə.ri

Meanings of Friary:

noun

A building or community occupied by or consisting of friars.

Usage examples:

The friary is a building of stone turned dark by the city's grime.

Fribble

ˈfrɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Fribble:

noun

A frivolous or foolish person.

Usage examples:

He grew up regarding his classmates as a bunch of brainless fribbles

Meanings of Fribbled:

noun

A frivolous or foolish person.

Usage examples:

He grew up regarding his classmates as a bunch of brainless fribbles

Fribbles

ˈfrɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Fribbles:

noun

A frivolous or foolish person.

Usage examples:

He grew up regarding his classmates as a bunch of brainless fribbles

Meanings of Fribbling:

noun

A frivolous or foolish person.

Usage examples:

He grew up regarding his classmates as a bunch of brainless fribbles

Fricandeau

ˈfrɪk.ən.dəʊ

Meanings of Fricandeau:

noun

A slice of meat, especially veal, cut from the leg.

Usage examples:

These are very small fricandeaux, two or three of which are served on one dish, and they sometimes …

Fricandeaus

ˈfrɪk.ən.dəʊ

Meanings of Fricandeaus:

noun

A slice of meat, usually veal (= meat from a young cow), cut from the animal's leg

Usage examples:

Schnitzel is made with fricandeau, sliced thinly from the leg., cut your fricando out of a leg of v…

Fricandeaux

ˈfrɪk.ən.dəʊ

Meanings of Fricandeaux:

noun

A slice of meat, especially veal, cut from the leg.

Usage examples:

These are very small fricandeaux, two or three of which are served on one dish, and they sometimes …

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