fretty


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fretty

(ˈfrɛtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
1. tending to fret; fretful
2. (Heraldry) heraldry decorated with interlacing frets
References in classic literature ?
Look at this one, pleasant, quiet, turns about just as you want him, holds up his feet to be cleaned out, or anything else you please to wish; then you'll find another fidgety, fretty, won't move the right way, or starts across the stall, tosses up his head as soon as you come near him, lays his ears, and seems afraid of you; or else squares about at you with his heels.
Fretty, Face-Recognition Surveillance: A Moment of Truth for Fourth Amendment Rights in Public Places, 16 VA.
laced they are again With fretty chervil, look, and fresh wind shakes Them; birds build-but not I build; no, but strain, Time's eunuch, and not breed one work that wakes.
Project contact: Martin Fretty, director, City of Savannah Department of Housing, mfretty@savannahga.
laced they are again With fretty chervil, look, and fresh wind shakes Them; buds build--but not I build; no, but strain, Time's eunuch, and not breed one work that wakes.
Peter Fretty is a free-lance writer from Whitehall, Mich.