chafe


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Synonyms for chafe

be annoyed

Synonyms

  • be annoyed
  • rage
  • fume
  • be angry
  • fret
  • be offended
  • be irritated
  • be incensed
  • be impatient
  • be exasperated
  • be inflamed
  • be ruffled
  • be vexed
  • be narked

Synonyms for chafe

to make (the skin) raw by or as if by friction

to trouble the nerves or peace of mind of, especially by repeated vexations

to worry over trifles

Synonyms for chafe

soreness and warmth caused by friction

become or make sore by or as if by rubbing

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tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading

cause friction

warm by rubbing, as with the hands

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In order to follow him successfully through the meticulous detail of his presentation, one has to hear internally the passages reproduced from the original version, compare them to the corresponding passages in the final version, consider all the above in the light of the motivic and tonal structure of the whole opera and how both embody the drama, and then evaluate to what degree each version accords with the abstract and metaphysical Schopen-hauerian argument that Chafe is putting forward, both globally and locally.
1) Chafe cited such Manitoba "greats" as Goalie "Stonewall" Byron, defenseman Bobble Benson (at 135 pounds), Connie Johanneson, Slim Halderson, Captain Frank Frederickson, and Mike Goodman.
Using this framework, which is very briefly and not adequately explained in the four-page introduction, Chafe sets out to demonstrate how these factors shaped the decisions and choices of the leaders under examination.
Then Chafe takes the lead, playing his electronic celletto in Gonzalo Biffarella's highly dramatic work, "Entre 2 Mundos" (2000).
If you have a tendency to chafe when you run, get slick.
El objetivo de esta investigacion es confirmar o refutar para el espanol una restriccion observada por Chafe (1994) en el ingles conversacional, y que el autor denomina "'la restriccion del sujeto liviano" (the light subject contraint).
The symbolism of this action is perplexing: why would women who chafe at patriarchy voluntarily engage in such domesticity?
The Rosand and Chafe books, it is true, saw print after the revision, in 1991 and 1992, respectively.
They are penned up and herded about in "conditions that would make most American workers chafe.
He focuses on the 'modal-hexachordal' system which although not explicit in the musical literature of the early seventeenth century is implicit both within its theoretical premisses and within the music itself: Chafe is foreshadowed here by the work of Carl Dahlhaus on Monteverdi's madrigals (Untersuchungen uber die Entstehung der harmonischen Tonalitat, Kassel, 1968; trans.
I looked at every rear end--there wasn't a chafe mark on them.
Of course, Chafe is not insensitive to the theoretical constraints of Monteverdi's own period, even if none of his analytical concerns is |explicitly set forth by the theory of the time' (p.
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Governor General's Literary Award for Drama winner (2010), playwright, and artistic director of Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland, Chafe has written stage plays such as Under Wraps (1997), Tempting Providence (2002), Afterimage (2010), Oil and Water (2011), and The Colony of Unrequited Dreams (2015).
During a scheduled wing bolt inspection, the left lower aft bathtub fitting was found to have chafe marks from contact with the clip on the wing fitting cover.