Advertisement

Advertisement

Frey

[ frey ]

noun

, Scandinavian Mythology.
  1. the god of peace, prosperity, and marriage: one of the Vanir, originally brought to Asgard as a hostage.


Frey

/ freɪə; freɪ /

noun

  1. Norse myth the god of earth's fertility and dispenser of prosperity


Discover More

Word History and Origins

Origin of Frey1

From the Old Norse word Freyr originally, lord, master
Discover More

Example Sentences

“The most innovative societies have always been those that allowed people to pursue controversial ideas,” Frey and Osborne write.

Frey adds that top-down execution of problem-solving is effective when the problem at hand is clearly defined—and the next big leaps in AI are not.

Frey predicted, though, that the big political shifts we saw this year in places like the Sun Belt might persist — or even accelerate — simply because they map better onto the speed and breadth of the demographic changes in those areas.

Here, it came to the attention of Frey and Martill, who sought permission from local officials to export the fossil to Germany in 1995, where they have studied it in the intervening years, and where it remains today.

Frey said it opens the door for “cherry-picking” what goes into the economic analysis.

This leads him to some James Frey-style mythmaking of his own.

Lothar Frey sneaks up behind Talisa and stabs her pregnant belly repeatedly, and then all hell breaks loose.

Whole-cloth fabrication on the level perpetrated by folks like Stephen Glass or James Frey is of course beyond the pale.

Because the political bloggers who have been targeted live in different states, Frey has met with the FBI about the incidents.

Two of the addresses were old, but one was current, and Stack, like Frey, was led out of his house at gunpoint.

Detective Frey came in and saw Duggin lying dead, and he figured he'd go out and do big things.

Frey was watching her and then he was glancing sideways to a little jade box that held cigarettes.

She acted as if Frey had already walked out of the pale orange room.

"A short time ago you figured out a few new angles," Frey said.

Frey reached in his pocket and pulled out a safety match and flicked it with his fingernail.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement


Freund's adjuvantFreya