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Synonyms for frazzle

a state of extreme exhaustion

wear away by rubbing

exhaust physically or emotionally

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Based on her best-selling book, A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled, the show is described as outrageously witty, smart and accessible, as she invites the audience to explore a scientific solution to modern problems.
An intense hair mask is a great way to rescue frazzled hair.
According to him, the perfect tonic for a Frazzled Friday is some quiet time alone in front of a good movie for a bit of selfish escapism.
But it's cold shoulders all round as another survey reveals that couples are actually having LESS sex than ever because the credit crunch has them frazzled.
Nearly one in two people (48 per cent) in the West Midlands claimed to be stressed in the past three months, with 45 per cent of Londoners regularly feeling frazzled.
When I woke up this morning, I looked at myself in the mirror and saw my hair all wiry and frazzled up, my skin was all wrinkled and pasty, my eyes were bloodshot and bugging out, and I had this corpse-like look on my face
An album of household noise from a hair dryer, washing machine and vacuum cleaner is soothing both fussy infants and frazzled adults.
I'm sure everyone from frazzled sales personnel to frazzled morns wish we would all get organized a little sooner, and spread things out a little more evenly.
is a sweet and sexy romance novel about the unusual relationship between stay-at-home mother and frazzled daycare provider Janie Hadley, and suavely famous singer/actor Billy Smitts, who is seeking someone to care for his daughter.
From a distance, it looked like a building that had slowly sunk in the Venetian mire, its roof the only reminder of its presence, yet among the conspicuous gee-whizzery of some this year's pavilion offerings the effect was of dignified sobriety and contemplative reflection, a particular balm to the souls of bemused visitors and frazzled journalists on hectic press schedules.
Nothing dreadful happens, so the book is fine for middle/high school girls (ages 12-16) who will identify with the frazzled emotions, misunderstandings, blabber-mouths, and a desperate desire for a pair of tacky glitter boots.
Dubbed "Naughty and Nice," the campaign has Aguilera playing dual roles in each ad: naughty nurse with frazzled patient, yardstick-wielding schoolteacher with cheeky schoolgirl, and very bad cop with assuredly guilty detainee.
These scenarios lead to disruptions in the closing process, possible adjournments and frazzled clients.
Moran makes Frazzled and Grayslands Pixie the 9-4 joint-favourites, with Ballymac Returns at 5-2 and 8-1 bar.