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    Cool he frailed steel

    The young swordsman frailed steel in a wildmill pattern

    In this sentence, what does frailed mean?

    to swing, perhaps?

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    Re: he frailed steel

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    The young swordsman frailed steel in a wildmill pattern

    In this sentence, what does frailed mean?

    to swing, perhaps?
    I think the word is "flailed".

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    Cool Re: he frailed steel

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    I think the word is "flailed".
    You are right. The question is answered. Many thanks

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