EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAYED

"My collar's got a frayed edge," he complained, as she examined his troublesome shirt.

A piece of frayed rope dangled on its neck, but the pump-handle was gone.

As he watched, a few bubbles began to appear near the frayed spot.

From this last fell another letter, yellowed by time and frayed on the folds.

Garrison had been on the firing-line for so long that his nerve was frayed to ribbons.

Between them they would have owned to the gaping seams and frayed edges.

His cuffs were frayed and there were wine-stains on his shabby clothes.

The pinks and mauves flashed as the ribbon curved and frayed—and were gone.

Dizzily I rose and slipped into the frayed and greasy garments.

I have kept the paper still, frayed and yellow with age; but the fatal Cui bono?

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