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Thesaurus / frazzle

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He was streaked with ashes and soot and sweat, and so was his horse, and they both looked worn to a frazzle.
All he's got to do is to start out empty-handed and lick the world to a frazzle.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Neither can lick the other to a frazzle and neither can afford to give up till it is completely licked.
So back to the hotel went Billy to enter upon a period of waiting that frayed his nerves to an utter frazzle.
THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWSMARY HASTINGS BRADLEY
If you face the supernatural, it is more than half beaten to a frazzle, before the fight begins.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
She's just rollin' out o' th' feathers, an' she's quite enough for me—always has me fazed to a frazzle.
THE DEFINITE OBJECTJEFFERY FARNOL
Take good care of Anne and see that she doesnt worry herself to a frazzle over Elizabeth Dalken and her social tricks.
POLLY'S SOUTHERN CRUISELILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
It's easier to do right than wrong cause right whips wrong every time into a frazzle.
To fret ourselves into a frazzle over it, is to accomplish less than nothing;—it is to enter upon the pathway to destruction.
STUDY OF CHILD LIFEMARION FOSTER WASHBURNE
Mrs. Carroll 'n Miss Sydney—are they wore to a frazzle takin' care o' him?
A TAR-HEEL BARONMABELL SHIPPIE CLARKE PELTON

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