fray[ frey ]SEE DEFINITION OF fray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAY
It is the newspaper man's instinct to be in the center of the fray.
"They are paying themselves for the mules and horses," said Fray Henriques with a shrug.
Then she fell to thinking how bravely he had borne him in that fray.
Like all these ladies, she was delightedly preparing for the fray.
Eleven Indians were killed in this fray, and five were taken captive.
Mrs. Lowder was London, was life—the roar of the siege and the thick of the fray.
He was as full of confidence for the issue as he was full of eager anticipation of the fray itself.
The man ran into the barn, returned with a lariat, and joined the fray.
His appearance in the fray was like that of a bombshell timed to explode in its midst.
Trout seemed to greet him cheerily and sprang eagerly to the fray.