fray (freɪ)
1. to wear or cause to wear away into tatters or loose threads, esp at an edge or end
2. to make or become strained or irritated
3. to rub or chafe (another object) or (of two objects) to rub against one another
4. a frayed place, as in cloth
C14: from French frayer to rub, from Latin fricāre

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