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?