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Spell check of fret

Correct spelling: fret

Synonyms:
scrape up, agonize, exacerbate, key pattern, decease, rag, annoy, help, brabble, scratch up, rile, rankle, give-up the ghost, discompose, engrave, bait, drumstick, bridge, fuss, damper, swelter, dither, sudor, pop off, resist, scrape, upset, throttle, muzzle, envenom, drop dead, cancel, irritate, elbow grease, dread, gnaw at, head, back up, gnaw, go, pique, niggle, asphyxiate, effort, nark, exertion, perish, agitate, strangle, soapsuds, exit, mother, irk, sweat, arouse, pother, grind, provoke, snuff it, tease, ruffle, heave, buy the farm, anguish, mope, croak, trouble, harry, bow, corrode, swivet, choke, infuriate, feelings, clog, kick the bucket, eat away, die, lather, bug, chafe, pain, scratch, suffocate, nag, bedevil, fluster, erode, rasp, disturb, pass, acerbate, cark, antagonize, hassle, exasperate, badger, pettifog, grave, gag, suds, excoriate, harass, perturb, panic, fear, abrade, itch, bellows, choke off, expire, clog up, worn spot, foul, peeve, put out, huff, pester, twitter, torment, fray, rub, bicker, eat into, scrag, nettle, tizzy, scrub, stew, hammer, enrage, catgut, get, come up, pass away, get to, quip, dwell, vex, congest, travail, brood, frazzle, perspiration, conk, needle, cash in one's chips, worry, inscribe, quibble, get at, retch, swither, expunge, gravel, gall, strike, aggravate, squabble, overprotect, wear away, key, call off, grate, inflame, concern, bother, excise, wear, stifle, eat at.

Examples of usage:

1) In whatever mood, however, she wrote, there was a striking absence of whatever could fret or grieve her uncle throughout all her letters. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) The changes that have taken place would fret him deeply, not to speak of even worse! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) It was lighted, but a sharp cool air and the fret of the river came in through a black opening in one wall. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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