Verb > Frame

Verb – Frame

1 a : to put (something) inside an open structure that holds it : to put (something) in a frame

frame a picture

a framed photograph

steel-framed spectacles

1 b : to be around the edge of (something) — usually used as (be) framed

a house framed by a white picket fence

The child’s face was framed by brown curls.

2 : to produce (something written or spoken)

It was the first state to frame a written constitution.

to express (a question, answer, etc.) in words

She framed her questions carefully.

3 : to make (an innocent person) appear to be guilty of a crime

She claims that she was framed.

framer noun, plural framers (count)