unfraughtest

fraught

[frawt]
adjective
1.
Archaic. filled or laden (with): ships fraught with precious wares.
noun
2.
Scot. a load; cargo; freight (of a ship).
Idioms
3.
fraught with, full of; accompanied by; involving: a task fraught with danger.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English < Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht freight money, freight; compare Old High German frēht earnings, Old English ǣht possession

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fraught (frɔːt)
 
adj (and foll by with) (and foll by with)
1.  filled or charged; attended: a venture fraught with peril
2.  informal showing or producing tension or anxiety: she looks rather fraught; a fraught situation
3.  archaic freighted
 
n
4.  an obsolete word for freight
 
[C14: from Middle Dutch vrachten, from vrachtfreight]

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fraught
c.1300, "laden" (of vessels), from M.E. fraughten "to load (a ship) with cargo," from fraght "cargo, lading of a ship," var. of freight, infl. by M.Du. vrachten "to load or furnish with cargo," from P.Gmc. *fra-aihtiz (see freight). Figurative sense is first attested 1576.
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