Homophones for
fraise, frays, fraze, phrase

fraise / frays / fraze / phrase [freiz]

fraise – n. & v. – n. – 1. an obstacle used in fortification; 2. a reamer for enlarging holes in stone; 3. a watch maker’s tool; 4. empty talk; 4. something resembling a strawberry; 5. lace worn as personal adornment around the neck by men in the 16th Century; v. – 1. to shape or enlarge with a reamer

frays – 3rd pers. pres. sing. of fray (see)

fraze – n. & v. – n. – 1. a small cutting tool for trimming the ends of canes or rods; 2. unevenness caused by the rough edges or burs; v. – to smooth or cut the ends of canes etc.

phrase – n. & v. – n. – 1. a small group of words forming a conceptual unit, but not a complete sentence, especially such a group without a predicate or finite verb; 2. an idiomatic or short pithy expression; 3. a manner or mode of expression; 4. in music, a group of notes forming more or less a distinct unit within a larger passage or piece. v. tr. – 1. express in words; 2. divide sentences into units so as to convey the meaning of the whole; 3. divide music into phrases, etc., in a performance