The definition of fraught is filled with.(adjective)
An example of fraught is a mystery story filled with plots and subplots.
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Origin: ME fraught, pp. of fraughten, to freight < MDu vrachten < vracht, a load < Gmc *fraaichtiz < *fra- (akin to for) + *aig-, to have > Goth aigan, owe
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Origin: Middle English
Origin: , past participle of fraughten, to load
Origin: , from fraght, cargo; see freight
Origin: , and from Middle Dutch vrachten, to load (from vracht, freight; see aik- in Indo-European roots).
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