Definition of Fraising

1. fraise [v] - See also: fraise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fraising

frails
frailtee
frailtees
frailties
frailty
fraim
fraims
frain
frained
fraining
frains
fraipontite
fraise
fraised
fraises
fraising (current term)
fraist
fraked
frakel
fraktur
frakturs
framable
frambaesia
frambesia
frambesia tropica
frambesias
frambesiform
frambesiform syphilid
frambesioma

Literary usage of Fraising

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1. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Arthur Stedman, Edmund Clarence Stedman (1894)
"General Wads worth made all haste, therefore, to get himself with his heavy blanket across the parapet upon the fraising which was on the exterior margin of ..."

2. The Montresor Journals by John Montrésor (1882)
"This morning a body of the Enemy fired on our working party as they were getting Pickets to finish the fraising of the Great redoubt but ceased on our ..."

3. A History of the American Revolution by William Shepherd (1834)
"General Wadsworth made all haste, therefore, to get himself with his heavy blanket across the parapet, upon the fraising, which was on the exterior margin ..."

4. A History of the American Revolution by William Shepherd (1834)
"General Wadsworth made all haste, therefore, to get himself with his heavy blanket across the parapet, upon the fraising, which was on the exterior margin ..."

5. The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham by Arthur George Doughty, George William Parmelee (1902)
"Begun on the Center Redoubt and fraising the right redoubt, at Break of day this morning went out General Wolfe and Brigadier Murray with his Divisions that ..."

6. Daring Exploits and Perilous Adventures: Being a Record of Thrilling by Ezra Strong, L. H. Young (1843)
"At the same time, he fastened with the skewer, llie corner of his blanket round a picket of the fraising, so that it might hang at the greatest length ..."

7. A History of the United States of America by Charles Augustus Goodrich (1823)
"After the guard had passed on, by means of his blanket, fastened round a picket of the fraising, he let himself down as near the ground as the length of the ..."

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