Idiom:  join the fray

Meaning 

Idiom:  join the fray

  • participate in a fight or argument that had already started


Example sentences

  • My son always looks for any opportunity to join the fray whenever a fight breaks out at school.
  • I couldn't believe my coworker joined the fray in criticizing our boss' proposal.
  • I told you several times not to join the fray and now you're going to be expelled from school.
  • Whenever my girlfriend is drunk, she either causes problems herself or joins the fray.
  • I'm glad you didn't join the fray tonight—I'm so sick of all the drama.
  • When the fight broke out at the concert, I ran towards the exit but my friend decided to join the fray.
  • Everyone who joined the fray at the rally last night was arrested.
  • Why did you join the fray?  Was it peer pressure?  Are you afraid your friends won't think you're cool?

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