Definition of Frust

1. a fragment [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frust

frumpish
frumpishly
frumpishness
frumple
frumpled
frumples
frumpling
frumps
frumpy
frusemide
frush
frushed
frushes
frushing
frusht
frust (current term)
frusta
frusto-conical
frustoconical
frustrable
frustraneous
frustrate
frustrated
frustratedly
frustrately
frustrates
frustrating
frustratingly
frustration
frustration-aggression hypothesis

Literary usage of Frust

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1. Six Short Plays by John Galsworthy (1921)
"frust. I'd thought of "Pop goes the Weasel" with little Miggs. ... [With resolution] Look here, Mr frust, it's no use your expecting another "Pop goes the ..."

2. Reflections on the Works of God, in the Various Kingdoms of Nature, and on by Christoph Christian Sturm (1808)
"Of he frust on JANUARY :28. Ct THE FROST ON WINDOW'-FAK IS. THE simplicity, regularity, and variety of Nature in the production of her smallest works, ..."

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