fretted


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Synonyms for fretted

having frets

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having a pattern of fretwork or latticework

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Says Skopp, “D'Addario is such a strong name in the fretted instrument market: every guitarist and luthier has grown up with their products.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this winter, Sir Tom McKillop, CEO of AstraZeneca, fretted, "The danger is that this will push [FDA reviewers] away from their traditionally very well-judged sense of benefit and risk.
The topography of the worn surface on the Co-28Cr-6Mo alloy after fretted against steel is displayed in Figure 5.
Both fans and critics of Bt crops have fretted about how the technology increases the odds that insects will eventually evolve ways to defeat the toxin.
My parents fretted at home and prayed I wouldn't fall off a cliff or get attacked by a wild boar.
Today, Alfred has more than 12,000 music titles currently available, and its catalog includes keyboard, band, choral, fretted instruments, orchestra and percussion publications.
Now a teacher as well as a performer, she founded the Midlands Fretted Orchestra a year ago for players of banjos, mandolins, guitars and ukuleles.