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Spell check of fray

Correct spelling: fray

excoriate, scrub, donnybrook, rough-and-tumble, annoy, hurly burly, expunge, splinter, perturbation, controversy, bother, erode, struggle, mental disturbance, fracas, folie, inscribe, scrape up, gravel, see red, scuffle, kerfuffle, altercation, break, ruffle, fight, affray, broil, hoo-hah, to-do, furbelow, hostility, get to, ruckus, psychological disorder, dissension, crumble, choker, nettle, skirmish, eat away, flounce, engrave, irritate, feud, combat, tussle, scrimmage, gall, noise, grave, enmity, scrape, scratch up, itch, contention, rub, call off, quarrel, battle, vex, throes, scrabble, lose it, rumble, scratch, ruff, gag, melee, frill, rag, contest, ruction, fret, riot, commotion, hassle, get at, strife, rise to, disruption, break up, disturbance, smash, neck ruff, hold against, eat into, tumult, dispute, snap, fall apart, bitterness, conflict, upset, mental disorder, disintegrate, free-for-all, cancel, interference, niggle, scrum, frazzle, rile, come up, grate, strike, scrap, excise, row, choke, rankle, flutter, brawl, mind, fuss, clash, shatter, attack, dustup, hoo-ha, nark, fragment, chafe, animosity.


Examples of usage:

1) It was now the latter part of October and both teams were utilizing as much of their spare time as possible in preparing for the fray. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) The newspapers, with scarcely an exception, attacked the Socialists of the Chair tooth and nail, and leading members of the Manchester party, such as Treitschke the historian, Bamberger the Liberal politician, and others, rushed eagerly into the fray. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) Get lots of sleep every night and you will be ready and strong for the fray of the morrow. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.