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Adjective
Surrounded by, or mounted in, a frame
“The frontispiece shows a framed portrait of a chestnut horse.”
Adjective
Constructed of wooden frames or beams
“The joists have, from their weakness, sunk very much in the middle of their length between each of the principal framed beams of the roof to which they were attached.”
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Having been falsely incriminated
“There were those who saw Van Oostrom as a framed innocent person, as a man who happened to live in the wrong place at the wrong time.”
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Having been faked or trumped up
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“Sukhomlinov contrived to get rid of the husband by divorce on framed evidence.”
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Adorned or applied with decorations
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Having been formed or crafted
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Made in exact imitation of something valuable with the intention to deceive or defraud
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Prepared for the coming of an event
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To be cunningly tricked into doing something, usually in an incriminating way
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To have designed with a new shape or form
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“That's the basis on which we shall frame our policy for the next general election.”
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To have enacted or established
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To have conveyed in appropriate or telling terms
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“Daniel hesitated, trying to frame his words in the nicest possible way.”
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Past tense for to provide or enclose with a frame
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“Students were asked to calculate how much framing material was required to frame several pictures.”
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Past tense for to produce false evidence against someone to incriminate them
“He claimed that detectives had manipulated evidence to frame him.”
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Past tense for to blame, or find fault with, for a wrongdoing
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Past tense for to express by using a particular form or arrangement of words
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Past tense for to state explicitly
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Past tense for to criticize or express strong disapproval of
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Past tense for to establish a mood, character or context for something
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Past tense for to place something or someone in a particular context
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Past tense for to prosecute or accuse of wrongdoing
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Past tense for to feel or declare that someone or something is at fault or wrong
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Past tense for to trap someone in a (usually undesirable) situation using temptation or deception
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Past tense for to tidy up the appearance of
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Past tense for to deceive or fool someone
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Past tense for to enclose, such as in a case, container or frame
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Past tense for to manipulate or influence an event
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