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Definitions of FRET in various dictionaries:
- noun - agitation resulting from active worry
- noun - a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
- noun - an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief)
- noun - a small bar of metal across the fingerboard of a musical instrument
- verb - worry unnecessarily or excessively
- verb - be agitated or irritated
- verb - provide (a musical instrument) with frets
- verb - become or make sore by or as if by rubbing
- verb - cause annoyance in
- verb - gnaw into
- verb - carve a pattern into
- verb - decorate with an interlaced design
- verb - be too tight
- verb - cause friction
- verb - remove soil or rock
- verb - wear away or erode
- To cause to be uneasy; vex: “fret thy soul with crosses and with cares” (Edmund Spenser).
- To gnaw or wear away; erode.
- To produce a hole or worn spot in; corrode.
- To form (a passage or channel) by erosion.
- To disturb the surface of (water or a stream); agitate.
- To be vexed or troubled; worry.
- To be worn or eaten away; become corroded.
- To move agitatedly.
- To gnaw with the teeth in the manner of a rodent.
- The act or an instance of fretting.
- A hole or worn spot made by abrasion or erosion.
- Irritation of mind; agitation.
- To provide with frets.
- To press (the strings of an instrument) against the frets.
- An ornamental design consisting of repeated and symmetrical figures, often in relief, contained within a band or border.
- A headdress, worn by women of the Middle Ages, consisting of interlaced wire.
- verb - to feel anxious and uneasy about something
There are 4 letters in FRET: E F R T
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