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Synonyms for frazzle

a state of extreme exhaustion

wear away by rubbing

exhaust physically or emotionally

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Frazzle, who was sired by King Kong, replaces Gerthatio, who is being retired after serving the herd for the past 16 years and producing close to 1,000 calves.
The first chick, born on Easter Sunday, was named Wotsit, followed by Quaver on Sunday, Frazzle on Monday and Cheeto, who was born on Tuesday.
The rectilinear method of thinking that the Greeks bequeathed us began to frazzle in the days of Newton, and it has run aground on quantum mechanics.
Angela Smith hoped to make her daily trip on the number 63 home from Birmingham city centre with two-year-old Frazzle.
While your skin is protected with suncream, hair is often forgotten about and left to frazzle.
I've explained babies need lots of care and I'm worn to a frazzle doing my best to keep him and her happy.
True to form, the Dodgers worked Nationals pitcher Zach Day to a frazzle and forced him out of the game early.
Pacific outscored CSUN by 15 points in the second half and used its zone and a raucous sellout crowd to frazzle CSUN.
weed frazzles you the Simply brush dirt off and if dirt reduces the block's colour scrub using a stiff bristle brush and washing up liquid in hot water.