from The Century Dictionary.
- Not fraught; not filled with a load or burden; unloaded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not fraught; not burdened.
- adjective Removed, as a burden; unloaded.
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- adjective Not
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We did so all along, but now it can be casual, conversational, unfraught.
Rather than attempting to educate women that the word “rape” does not mean what they may think it means, I would suggest a crime called something unfraught — like “nonconsensual sexual congress” with the exact same penalties as rape!
And they be the rules and directions how to set forth and dispose matter: and therefore for minds empty and unfraught with matter, and which have not gathered that which
The consuls waged once more with the Gauls a war not unfraught with difficulties, yet in spite of all they got the better of this people, too.
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They dart about like sea-gulls, picking their path, not unfraught with serious danger, among the obstructions.
And they be the rules and directions how to set forth and dispose matter: and therefore for minds empty and unfraught with matter, and which have not gathered that which Cicero calleth _sylva_ and
I will not disgrace myself by decry - ing the merit of what I offer to the public, but content myself with saying that I hope it will at least be more ac - ceptable to the lovers of poetry than such sing song origi - nals, as are ungilded by the bright rays of a genuine A - psUo, or unfraught with a strong ardent spirit of invention.
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And they be the rules and directions how to set forth and dispose matter: and therefore for minds empty and unfraught with matter, and which have not gathered that which Cicero calleth sylva and supellex, stuff and variety, to begin with those arts (as if one should learn to weigh, or to measure, or to paint the wind) doth work but this effect, that the wisdom of those arts, which is great and universal, is almost made contemptible, and is degenerate into childish sophistry and ridiculous affectation.