fretted

[fret-id]
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adjective

ornamented or provided with frets: a fretted molding.

Origin of fretted

late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425; see origin at fret2, -ed2
Related formsun·fret·ted, adjective
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Examples from the Web for unfretted

Historical Examples of unfretted

  • Through the kitchen windows the sun streamed in, in broad, unfretted bands of light.

  • The larger, later clavichords had separate strings for each key and were unfretted or bundfrei.

  • He enjoys all rational diversions, unfretted by the superfluities with which we have weighted them.

    Americans and Others

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British Dictionary definitions for unfretted

fretted

adjective

ornamented with angular designs or frets
decorated with fretwork
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