You're looking very fraught, Mildred! Is there anything the matter?
The journey was fraught with difficulties.
The expedition through the jungle was fraught with difficulty and danger.
The long journey through the tropical forest was fraught with danger.
The growth of any new-born thing is fraught with contradictions and struggle.
Marriage is an institution fraught with ironies.
The job is fraught with difficulties.
The act of asking someone out is fraught.
The question has long been fraught with controversy.
The election was fraught with discrepancies.
The discussions are likely to be fraught with disagreement.
All options for the West—and especially Barack Obama—are fraught.
They had very weak fraught relations in the past.
So for Obama to travel to Hiroshima is particularly fraught.
Obviously, the United States has a very fraught relationship with Russia.
But North Korea's economic path is likely to be more fraught.
Relations between him and Prime Minister Letta soon became extremely fraught.
This murmur arose from all the land, fraught with the joy of living.
Reuniting families once parents are released is also a complicated process, fraught with delays.
Many Gazans, most of whom are young, have never been beyond its fraught borders.
A fraught case over the care of a desperately ill baby comes to a close.
The exuberance of the night was a welcome change from a period fraught with challenges.
Plath's marriage to Hughes was fraught with difficulties, particularly surrounding his affair with Assia Wevill.
Were you worried? - Oh, you know. Introducing one's fiancee to one's parents is a bit fraught.
We wanted to take our focus on celebrating all body types to a garment that's fraught with insecurity.