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chafe definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To wear away or irritate by rubbing.
    • To annoy; vex.
    • To warm by rubbing, as with the arms.
    • To stimulate temperature in by rubbing; to rub being stimulate making cozy.
    • To stimulate enthusiasm or anger in; to worry; to aggravate.
    • To fret and put on by rubbing.
    • To wear away or irritate by massaging.
    • To annoy; vex.
    • To heat by massaging, as with the arms.
    • To stimulate temperature in by friction; to wipe being stimulate and also make warm.
    • To excite passion or fury in; to stress; to aggravate.
    • To worry and use by massaging.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To scrub and trigger discomfort or friction: The high collar chafed against my neck.
    • To become used or sore from rubbing.
    • To feel irritated or impatient: chafed at wait.
    • To scrub; to come collectively to be able to put on by rubbing; to wear by friction.
    • is worn by massaging.
    • to own a sense of vexation; becoming vexed; to fret; becoming irritated.
    • To wipe and trigger irritation or friction: The high collar chafed against my throat.
    • In order to become worn or sore from scrubbing.
    • To feel irritated or impatient: chafed in the delay.
    • To wipe; in the future collectively in order to wear by scrubbing; to put on by friction.
    • is worn by massaging.
    • To have a sense of vexation; to-be vexed; to worry; to be irritated.
  • noun:
    • heat, use, or pain from friction.
    • Annoyance; vexation.
    • Heat excited by rubbing.
    • Injury or wear caused by friction.
    • Vexation; irritation of head; rage.
    • Heat excited by friction.
    • damage or use brought on by friction.
    • Vexation; irritation of brain; trend.
    • heat, use, or discomfort generated by friction.
    • Annoyance; vexation.
    • temperature excited by rubbing.
    • damage or wear due to friction.
    • Vexation; discomfort of brain; trend.
    • Heat excited by friction.
    • An irritated psychological condition arising from continued provocation or annoyance; heated impatience or fury, especially under discipline or a feeling of damage; a fretful inclination or state; vexation.
    • anger generated by some annoying irritation
    • temperature excited by friction.
    • tenderness and heat caused by rubbing
    • Injury or use brought on by friction.
    • Vexation; irritation of mind; rage.
    • Heat excited by friction.
    • An irritated psychological problem due to continued provocation or annoyance; heated impatience or anger, specifically under discipline or a feeling of damage; a fretful tendency or condition; vexation.
    • anger generated by some irritating discomfort
    • pain and heat due to friction
  • verb:
    • To excite heat in by friction; to scrub in order to stimulate making cozy.
    • To stimulate enthusiasm or anger in; to fret; to irritate.
    • To stress and put on by scrubbing; because, to chafe a cable.
    • To rub; ahead collectively in order to use by rubbing; to put on by friction.
    • to-be worn by rubbing; as, a cable chafes.
    • having a feeling of vexation; become vexed; to worry; to-be agitated.
    • To excite temperature in by rubbing; to rub being stimulate and then make cozy.
    • To excite passion or fury in; to worry; to irritate.
    • To stress and wear by rubbing; since, to chafe a cable.
    • To wipe; in the future collectively so as to wear by scrubbing; to wear by rubbing.
    • becoming worn by rubbing; since, a cable chafes.
    • cause annoyance in; disrupt, specifically by small problems
    • To have a feeling of vexation; is vexed; to worry; become agitated.
    • cause friction
    • hot by rubbing, just like the arms
    • come to be or make aching by or like by rubbing
    • rip or put on from the skin or make sore by abrading
    • feel extreme discomfort or fury
    • cause irritation in; disturb, particularly by small irritations
    • cause rubbing
    • warm by rubbing, as with the hands
    • come to be or make sore by or just as if by scrubbing
    • tear or put on off the epidermis or make aching by abrading
    • feel extreme discomfort or fury
  • others:
    • To heat up; make hot.
    • To stimulate heat in or make cozy by friction; stimulate to heat by massaging, much like the fingers: as, to chafe the limbs.
    • To fret and use by friction; abrade; especially, abrade (your skin) by massaging; make aching by rubbing; gall: as, the coarse garments chafed his epidermis.
    • To aggravate; annoy; vex; gall; make annoyed.
    • To stimulate, as by pungent smells; perfume. [Rare.]
    • To animate; revive; inspirit; encourage.
    • Synonyms 3. To wipe, wear.
    • To gall, vex, irritate, temperature, ruffle, exasperate.
    • becoming or be heated.
    • to-be fretted and donned by rubbing: as, the cable chafed against a rock.
    • is irritated or irritated; fret; fume.
    • to stay in violent agitation; trend or boil; dash, like in anger; fret.
    • To heat; make warm.
    • To stimulate temperature in or make warm by rubbing; stimulate to warmth by massaging, just like the hands: as, to chafe the limbs.
    • To stress and put on by rubbing; abrade; especially, abrade (the skin) by massaging; make sore by rubbing; gall: because, the coarse clothes chafed their epidermis.
    • To irritate; annoy; vex; gall; make upset.
    • To stimulate, as by pungent smells; perfume. [Rare.]
    • To animate; restore; inspirit; encourage.
    • Synonyms 3. To scrub, wear.
    • To gall, vex, irritate, heat, ruffle, exasperate.
    • becoming or become heated.
    • To be fretted and donned by rubbing: as, the cable chafed against a rock.
    • becoming irritated or frustrated; fret; fume.
    • to stay in violent agitation; rage or boil; dash, as in anger; fret.
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