fraught with

idiom

Definition of fraught with

: full of (something bad or unwanted)
  • The situation was fraught with danger.
  • The paper was poorly researched and fraught with errors.

Word by Word Definitions

fraught play
  1. : full of or accompanied by something specified

  2. : causing or characterized by emotional distress or tension : uneasy

  3. : laden

  1. : load, cargo

  1. : load, freight


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