The club room returned to quiet. All that could be heard was the sound of pencil on sketchpad.
Trade friction might arise between the nations at any moment.
Friction causes a match to light.
Friction between the Americans and the British mounted.
He struck a match, but quickly put it out.
His suit, though newly bought, was worn out.
His shoes are wearing thin.
His overcoat is worn out.
Frictions between Japan and the U.S. are easing up for a change.
Take care not to fall down and skin your knee.
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