Fraught - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |frɔːt|  American pronunciation of the word fraught
Brit.  |frɔːt|  British pronunciation of the word fraught


- marked by distress

a fraught mother-daughter relationship

- filled with or attended with(syn: pregnant)

words fraught with meaning
an incident fraught with danger


...every room in my childhood home is fraught with memories...

...had a fraught meeting with his estranged wife to discuss a divorce settlement...

Julie sounded rather fraught.

Their ten years of marriage have been fraught with difficulties.

Their marriage has been fraught with difficulties.

a fluid situation fraught with uncertainty

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