Origin of fraise1
noun, plural fraises [frez] /frɛz/. French.
Related Words for fraisechoker, torque, frill, fraise, jabot, fichu, ruff, dicky, neckband, Vandyke, Eton, bertha
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Historical Examples of fraise
A fraise is a palisade horizontal, or nearly so, projecting from the scarp or counterscarp.Manual of Military Training
James A. Moss
Too much Fraise cannot be awarded to Mr. Watson for his exertions in rescuing this lad.Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1.
J Lort Stokes
Fraise, my cousin, who is crying bitterly because her fine dress is wet through.Madame Chrysantheme
- a tool for enlarging a drill hole
- a tool for cutting teeth on watch wheels