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Frought vs. Fraught

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Which is correct: Frought or Fraught

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Frought

Misspelling of fraught.

Fraughtnoun

(obsolete) The hire of a ship or boat to transport cargo.

Fraughtnoun

(obsolete) Money paid to hire a ship or boat to transport cargo; freight

‘fraught money.’;

Fraughtnoun

(obsolete) The transportation of goods, especially in a ship or boat.

Fraughtnoun

(obsolete) A ship's cargo, lading or freight.

Fraughtnoun

(Scotland) A load; a burden.

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Fraughtnoun

(Scotland) Two bucketfuls (of water).

Fraughtverb

To load (a ship, cargo etc.).

Fraughtverb

To form the cargo of a vessel.

Fraughtadjective

(of a cargo-carrier) Laden.

Fraughtadjective

Loaded up or charged with; accompanied by; entailing.

Fraughtadjective

(with with) Furnished, equipped.

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Fraughtadjective

Distressed or causing distress, for example through complexity.

‘a fraught relationship; a fraught process’;

Fraughtnoun

A freight; a cargo.

Fraughtadjective

Freighted; laden; filled; stored; charged.

‘A vessel of our country richly fraught.’; ‘A discourse fraught with all the commending excellences of speech.’; ‘Enterprises fraught with world-wide benefits.’;

Fraughtverb

To freight; to load; to burden; to fill; to crowd.

‘Upon the tumbling billows fraughted rideThe armed ships.’;

Fraughtadjective

marked by distress;

‘a fraught mother-daughter relationship’;

Fraughtadjective

filled with or attended with;

‘words fraught with meaning’; ‘an incident fraught with danger’; ‘a silence pregnant with suspense’;

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