One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘their world is fraught with danger’
full of, filled with, swarming with, rife with, thick with, bristling with, charged with, loaded with, brimful of, brimming with
attended by, accompanied by
2‘she scanned the platform with a fraught expression’
anxious, worried, upset, distraught, overwrought, agitated, distressed, distracted, desperate, frantic, panic-stricken, panic-struck, panicky
beside oneself, at one's wits' end, at the end of one's tether, out of one's mind
informal stressed, hassled, wound up, worked up, in a state, in a flap, in a cold sweat, tearing one's hair out
British informal having kittens, in a flat spin, stressy
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