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Frye

[frahy] /fraɪ/
noun
1.
(Herman) Northrop, 1912–91, Canadian literary critic and educator.
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  • About the middle of the afternoon young Frye received a mortal wound.

  • Page was a little late at the office the next morning and Frye was there ahead of him.

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  • It was a temporizing reply, and Frye so construed it at once.

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  • Then why in thunder did Frye tell me I had a good case, and take my money?

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  • In the end he decided to put the matter in Frye's hands and hope for the best.

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  • To the best of my belief you have been swindled in the most outrageous manner by Frye.

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  • We might employ a detective, but Frye is too shrewd to be caught napping.

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  • Then it dropped a cent, and Frye bought a hundred thousand bushels more.

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  • Frye was caught in a trap of his own setting and could not sleep nights.

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  • When the officer comes we four will go at once to Frye's office.

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