No question these are fraught times for Republican lawmakers—especially those who fancy themselves contenders for 2016.
Even though we have an African-American president, the topic of race is fraught with triggers, as Ferguson shows.
I do not envy him this ministry of reconciliation, which is fraught with complexity and nuance.
His middle way is fraught with its own uncertainties and with terrible internal contradictions.
Activist interviews run alongside angst-ridden poetry and musings from the locker rooms and fraught cafeterias of high school.
His story is fraught with energy, with success, with pathos, and with tragedy.
There was infinite pathos in the tones as she repeated the words so fraught with dreadfulness.
The retrospect of his adventure was fraught with shame and astonishment.
Yet their embrace was fraught with suffering and they released one another.
Attempts to define what is pure milk, cream, butter or cheese have been fraught 261 with much difficulty.
early 14c., "laden" (of vessels), past participle of Middle English fraughten "to load (a ship) with cargo," from fraght "cargo, lading of a ship" (early 13c.), variant of freight; influenced by Middle Dutch vrachten "to load or furnish with cargo," from Proto-Germanic *fra-aihtiz (see freight (n.)). Figurative sense is first attested 1570s.