- (fraught with)
(of a situation or course of action) filled with or destined to result in (something undesirable):
“marketing any new product is fraught with danger”
Synonyms: full of · filled with · rife with · attended by · accompanied by
Origin: late Middle English, ‘laden, provided, equipped,’ past participle of obsolete fraught ‘load with cargo,’ from Middle Dutch vrachten, from vracht ‘ship’s cargo.’ Compare with freight.