How to Pronounce frays?

Correct pronunciation for the word "frays" is [fɹˈe͡ɪz], [fɹˈe‍ɪz], [f_ɹ_ˈeɪ_z].

"Frays" in context

Frays are a type of fray, or unraveled strands of fabric, that often happen when clothing or other materials are worn or washed often. Fraying is a natural process that occurs when fibers become weak due to constant abrasion, or when the fibers are worn away in thin strips. Frays can also be caused by forceful or incorrect handling of fabric.

The most common type of fray is a loose or frayed edge or seam. These frayed edges can also be caused by age and wear, or improper washing techniques. Seams can also be weakened and can eventually come loose if they are overworked or stressed.


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