frazzle

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To fray or wear down, especially at the edges

The new puppy has been chewing on everything, and my favorite afghan has become frazzled.

To drain emotionally or physically

After dealing with the children all day, I just can't help being frazzled.

To fray; to wear or pull into tatters or tag ends; to tatter; used literally and figuratively
a state of extreme exhaustion; "he was worn to a frazzle" exhaust physically or emotionally; "She was frazzled after the visit of her in-laws
exhaust physically or emotionally; "She was frazzled after the visit of her in-laws
{f} fray, wear out (about cloth); exhaust, irritate
The act or result of frazzling; the condition or quality of being frazzled; the tag end; a frayed-out end
exhaust physically or emotionally; "She was frazzled after the visit of her in-laws"
{i} remnant; worn out condition; tiredness, exhaustion
wear away by rubbing; "The friction frayed the sleeve"
a state of extreme exhaustion; "he was worn to a frazzle"
frazzled
exhausted either physically or emotionally
frazzled
frayed at the edges
frazzled
Simple past tense and past participle of frazzle
beat to a frazzle
{f} exhaust physically or emotionally; wear out cloth
frazzled
past of frazzle
frazzled
feeling tired and anxious, for example after a journey or because you are very busy (Perhaps from fazle (15-19 centuries) (influenced by FRAY))
frazzled
{s} worn out, exhausted, irritated (Slang)
frazzles
third-person singular of frazzle
frazzles
{i} condition of excessive exhaustion; frayed or worn condition (about clothing)
frazzling
present participle of frazzle
frazzle
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