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fraught, wrought
fraught (FRAWT) (adjective)
Descriptive of someone having a lot of emotional stress or worry, anxious: Elizabeth was fraught with fear not knowing where to find her lost daughter.
wrought (RAWT) (adjective)
Pertaining to an object which is carefully formed or worked into shape: The wrought wood forming the legs of the table were absolutely beautiful.

When the blacksmith was creating the elaborate gate of wrought iron, he was fraught with anxiety because he wasn't sure that the customer would be pleased with the results.

Word Entries at Get Words: “fraught
fraught (adjective), more fraught, most fraught
1. A reference to something or someone that causes or is filled with a lot of emotional stress or worry: Greg's mother and father had a fraught disturbance when he appeared at dinner with green hair and said he was quitting his studies at the university and wanted to join a circus as a performer!
2. Characteristic of a circumstance that is loaded with bad or unwanted conditions: The plight of suddenly having to drive a car on the left side of the road in London can be fraught with great difficulties for anyone who has always driven on the right side before!
A reference to a situation that is full of danger.
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Relating to being full of doubts.
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