View definitions for frame
noun as in skeleton, casing
verb as in build
In this same time frame, big tech companies — the businesses at the forefront of digital innovation — have flourished, as have brands that capitalized on the power of social media engagement.
After sliding the frames back into place, the researchers settled in to watch what happened as bees tooted and how it differed from when bees quacked.
In the same time frame, the rate of new business creation has declined by half.
Here’s a garment rack option that’s a bit more of a hybrid, offering the stability and frame of a furniture piece with the portability of a modular system.
It slithered up and over the window frame and out of the house, falling to the ground below.
The media tend to frame situations like this as aberrations, but in this case, quite the opposite is the truth.
She is able to create coattails for down-ballot races and to change the narrative frame of politics.
The woman had had two strokes and was generally in a dark frame of mind.
But confirmation of that time frame has also been hard to come by.
“For your $30 million Ruschas and $60 million Rothkos, you need to see the quality of the frame and brushstrokes,” he says.
She looked so sweet when she said it, standing and smiling there in the middle of the floor, the door-way making a frame for her.
There was a slight shuddering movement of his whole frame—Bob was dead.
The scarlet calico canopy was again set up over the bed, and the woven cradle, on its red manzanita frame, stood near.
Old Warrender retired to his study in a rather excited frame of mind, excusing himself on the ground of his age.
William Penn, published in England his frame of government for the colony of Pennsylvania.
On this page you'll find 235 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frame, such as: body, cage, fabric, framework, physique, and scaffolding.
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