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fraught (adj) filled with or loaded with.

Climbing up a mountain in bad weather is fraught with danger as it might cost the life of the mountaineers. A miner's job is fraught with risks because the job they do down the mine is very risky and unsafe. A business is fraught with risks if there is no certainty of profits and the investment is huge. Driving on a snow-covered road in darkness is fraught with hardship. That is, it is very difficult and risky to drive on a snow-covered road in darkness. When a person is worried or anxious about something they are fraught.

  • During the winter driving along tortuous mountain road is fraught with danger because of snowfall and land slips.
  • Though they were warned that setting sail in such bad weather is fraught with risk, they set out into the sea in a foolhardy manner.
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