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From English fray, from Old French froiier (to rub against, scrape; thrust against), from Latin fricare (to rub, rub down).

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frayed (comparative more frayed, superlative most frayed)

  1. Unravelled, worn at the end or edge.

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frayed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of fray

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