frazzled

[ fraz-uh ld ]SEE DEFINITION OF frazzled

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAZZLED

You're living too close and your nerves are sort of frazzled.

The poor fellow looked so old and frazzled that Odin could not recognize him.

His clothes were frazzled, but I didn't notice that till later.

I am not prone on my green couch, frayed, frazzled, bowed-down in spirit from a day of frightful stress and cross-purpose.

Do you guess we were frazzled up to the limit and not braced to hold back or anything, the way civilized people do?

His very fierceness, eloquent of frazzled nerves, was proof conclusive.

He was an elegant old gentleman, as thin and tall as a trout rod, with frazzled shirt-cuffs and specs on a black string.

You had on a faded, frazzled grey shawl, 'bout lak de one you had on today.

Don't you suppose we'd have fought and barked at each other just the same if we'd been married according to the frazzled old rule?

He uttered a short curse and managed to collide with a bulky woman with frazzled black hair.

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