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Definition of "fraying" []

  • Present participle of fray. (verb)
  • The skin which a deer frays from its horns. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fraying" in a sentence
  • "But the veneer created by parties for Manhattan's art-power-money set masks what insiders describe as a fraying organization run at the whim of board president O."
  • "It is the Marxist agenda that has seeped into our ruling caste - especially the Police and judiciary - that is whoilly responsible for what Fraser politely calls the 'fraying' (read wholesale destruction) of our social fabric."
  • ""Confidence in the U.S. dollar is 'fraying' and a shift away from the greenback after the financial crisis is inevitable.""