Definition of Frazzling

1. Verb. (present participle of frazzle) ¹



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Definition of Frazzling

1. frazzle [v] - See also: frazzle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frazzling

fraxinellas
fraxinus
fray
frayed
fraying
frayings
fraynen
frayproof
frays
frazil
frazils
frazzle
frazzled
frazzledness
frazzles
frazzling (current term)
freak accident
freak accidents
freak flag
freak of nature
freak out
freak shows
freaked
freakeries
freakery
freakful
freakier
freakiest

Literary usage of Frazzling

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1. Life and Letters of Sir Wilfrid Laurier by Oscar Douglas Skelton (1921)
"The storm of criticism was a sign of frazzling nerves. The government had undoubtedly made serious mistakes, and was to make more, but it had a great ..."

2. The Doctor in War by Woods Hutchinson (1918)
"Another factor in "frazzling" a susceptible nervous system, which is not perhaps quite fully appreciated, ..."

3. Argosy All-story Weekly edited by Frank Andrew Munsey (1900)
"An hour or so passed, the engineers could catch glimpses, through the frazzling white spray edging the fall, of the Italians sitting about at the other end ..."

4. In the Claws of the German Eagle by Albert Rhys Williams (1917)
"I was saving my head as well as my feet, for the perpetual matching of one's wits in encounters with the guards was continually nerve- frazzling. ..."

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