fret[ fret ]SEE DEFINITION OF fret
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRET
If, however great the cause, I fret myself I disturb the right conditions.
Do not fret over this: it is so lucky that you will soon be well again.
He who is without expectation cannot fret if nothing comes to him.
Only there is my own choler, which overwhelms me; I fret that I cannot live for a moment happy.
Well, she'd have to go bankrupt, but she didn't intend to fret about it now.
Say 'cal'late' if you want to, I am not going to fret you about your grammar any more, Daniel.
She was joyous as a bird in its narrow cage, and never did she fret at the bars which bound her.
Don't you fret, Bub, the cap'n'll be here for you some time to-night.
So he went home, to fret and toss angrily and miserably half the night.
How is poor father, does he look much older does he fret for me now?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FRET
- break down
- burst into tears
- choke up
- crack up
- dissolve in tears
- let go
- let it all out
- put on the weeps
- ring the blues
- shed bitter tears
- shed tears
- turn on waterworks