FRET in Scrabble

FRET is accepted in Scrabble (sowpods, twl06). It is a 4-letter word and contains the following letters E F R T (sorted alphabetically). FRET is a noun. FRET is also a verb. FRET (as verb) is conjugated this way: to fret, fretted, fretting, frets. Displaying clues with their related answers, definition of clue, synonyms and pronunciation if aviailable.

Score table for FRET

GameWordPoints totalDB Support
ScrabbleF4R1E1T17sowpods
twl06

By adding one letter to FRET you can create these words

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. AFTER8A1F4T1E1R1sowpodstwl06
2. FETOR8F4E1T1O1R1sowpodstwl06
3. FORTE8F4O1R1T1E1sowpodstwl06
4. FRETS8F4R1E1T1S1sowpodstwl06
5. OFTER8O1F4T1E1R1sowpodstwl06
6. REFIT8R1E1F4I1T1sowpodstwl06
7. FRATE8F4R1A1T1E1sowpodstwl06
8. FREET8F4R1E1E1T1sowpodstwl06
9. FREIT8F4R1E1I1T1sowpodstwl06
10. RIFTE8R1I1F4T1E1sowpodstwl06
11. TERFE8T1E1R1F4E1sowpodstwl06
12. TERFS8T1E1R1F4S1sowpodstwl06
13. TREFA8T1R1E1F4A1sowpodstwl06
14. TREIF8T1R1E1I1F4sowpodstwl06

Words starting with FRET

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. FRETFULNESSES19F4R1E1T1F4U1L1N1E1S1S1E1S1sowpodstwl06
2. FRETWORKS19F4R1E1T1W4O1R1K5S1sowpodstwl06
3. FRETWORK18F4R1E1T1W4O1R1K5sowpodstwl06
4. FRETFULLY18F4R1E1T1F4U1L1L1Y4sowpodstwl06
5. FRETFULNESS17F4R1E1T1F4U1L1N1E1S1S1sowpodstwl06
6. FRETBOARDS16F4R1E1T1B3O1A1R1D2S1sowpodstwl06
7. FRETBOARD15F4R1E1T1B3O1A1R1D2sowpodstwl06
8. FRETSAWS14F4R1E1T1S1A1W4S1sowpodstwl06
9. FRETFUL13F4R1E1T1F4U1L1sowpodstwl06
10. FRETSAW13F4R1E1T1S1A1W4sowpodstwl06
11. FRETTINGS13F4R1E1T1T1I1N1G2S1sowpodstwl06
12. FRETSOME13F4R1E1T1S1O1M3E1sowpodstwl06
13. FRETTIEST12F4R1E1T1T1I1E1S1T1sowpodstwl06
14. FRETTY12F4R1E1T1T1Y4sowpodstwl06
15. FRETTING12F4R1E1T1T1I1N1G2sowpodstwl06
16. FRETTIER11F4R1E1T1T1I1E1R1sowpodstwl06
17. FRETTERS11F4R1E1T1T1E1R1S1sowpodstwl06
18. FRETLESS11F4R1E1T1L1E1S1S1sowpodstwl06
19. FRETTED11F4R1E1T1T1E1D2sowpodstwl06
20. FRETTER10F4R1E1T1T1E1R1sowpodstwl06
21. FRETS8F4R1E1T1S1sowpodstwl06

Words ending with FRET

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. COFFRET15C3O1F4F4R1E1T1sowpodstwl06
2. POMFRET14P3O1M3F4R1E1T1sowpodstwl06
3. AFFRET12A1F4F4R1E1T1sowpodstwl06
4. BEFRET11B3E1F4R1E1T1sowpodstwl06

Definition of FRET

1.
Agitation resulting from active worry
Don't get in a stew He's in a sweat about exams
2.
A spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
3.
An ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief)
There was a simple fret at the top of the walls
4.
A small bar of metal across the fingerboard of a musical instrument
When the string is stopped by a finger at the metal bar it will produce a note of the desired pitch
5.
Worry unnecessarily or excessively
Don't fuss too much over the grandchildren--they are quite big now
6.
Be agitated or irritated
Don't fret over these small details
7.
Provide (a musical instrument) with frets
Fret a guitar
8.
Become or make sore by or as if by rubbing
9.
Cause annoyance in
10.
Gnaw into
Make resentful or angry The injustice rankled her His resentment festered
11.
Carve a pattern into
12.
Decorate with an interlaced design
13.
Be too tight
Rub or press This neckband is choking the cat
14.
Cause friction
My sweater scratches
15.
Remove soil or rock
Rain eroded the terraces
16.
Wear away or erode

Synonyms of FRET

noun stew, sweat, lather, swither, agitation
nounworn spot, spot, speckle, dapple, patch, fleck, maculation
nounGreek fret, Greek key, key pattern, architectural ornament
noun bar
verb fuss, niggle, worry
verb worry
verb supply, provide, render, furnish
verb chafe, gall, irritate
verb annoy, rag, get to, bother, get at, irritate, rile, nark, nettle, gravel, vex, chafe, devil
verbeat into, rankle, grate, annoy, rag, get to, bother, get at, irritate, rile, nark, nettle, gravel, vex, chafe, devil
verb carve
verb decorate, adorn, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify
verb choke, gag, compress, constrict, squeeze, compact, contract, press
verb rub, fray, chafe, scratch, touch, adjoin, meet, contact
verb erode, eat away, damage
verbeat away, corrode, rust

Wiktionary says

NOUN
  1. One of the pieces of metal/wood/plastic across the neck of a guitar or other musical instrument that marks note positions for fingering.
  2. An ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines often in relief.
  3. A strait; channel.
  4. A fog or mist at sea or coming inland from the sea.
VERB
  1. To devour, consume; eat.
  2. To gnaw, consume, eat away.
  3. To cut through with fretsaw, create fretwork.
  4. To chafe or irritate; to worry.
  5. To worry or be anxious.
  6. To press down the string behind a fret.

FRET is an english verb

Infinitive
fret
Gerundio
freting
Past participle
freted
Indicative
Present:
ifret
youfret
hefrets
wefret
youfret
theyfret
Imperfect:
ifreted
youfreted
hefreted
wefreted
youfreted
theyfreted
Future:
iwill fret
youwill fret
hewill fret
wewill fret
youwill fret
theywill fret
Perfect:
ihave freted
youhave freted
hehas freted
wehave freted
youhave freted
theyhave freted
Pluperfect indic. or past perfect:
ihad freted
youhad freted
hehad freted
wehad freted
youhad freted
theyhad freted
Future perfect or future anterior:
iwill have freted
youwill have freted
hewill have freted
wewill have freted
youwill have freted
theywill have freted
Conditional
Conditional present:
iwould fret
youwould fret
hewould fret
wewould fret
youwould fret
theywould fret
Conditional perfect:
iwould have freted
youwould have freted
hewould have freted
wewould have freted
youwould have freted
theywould have freted
Subjunctive
Present:
ifret
youfret
hefret
wefret
youfret
theyfret
Present perfect:
ihave freted
youhave freted
hehave freted
wehave freted
youhave freted
theyhave freted
Imperfect:
ifreted
youfreted
hefreted
wefreted
youfreted
theyfreted
Pluperfect:
ihad freted
youhad freted
hehad freted
wehad freted
youhad freted
theyhad freted
Imperative
Affirmative:
youfret
weLet's fret
youfret
Negative:
youdon't fret! (do not fret)
youfret
Wikipedia says
A fret is a raised portion on the neck of a stringed instrument, that extends generally across the full width of the neck. On most modern western instruments, frets are metal strips inserted into the fingerboard. On historical instruments and some non-European instruments, pieces of string tied around the neck serve as frets.
Score table
1p. E, A, I, O, N, R, T, L, S, U
2p. D, G
3p. B, C, M, P
4p. F, H, V, W, Y
5p. K
8p. J, X
10p. Q, Z