Fraught and Full

Fraught

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Fraught adjective – Possessing or covered with great numbers or amounts of something specified.
Usage example: every room in my childhood home is fraught with memories

Full and fraught are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Full" instead an adjective "Fraught".
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Full adjective – Containing or seeming to contain the greatest quantity or number possible.
Usage example: the boy's bedroom is full of sports trophies and medals

Fraught and full are semantically related. You can use "Fraught" instead an adjective "Full".
Nearby Words: fully, fullness, fuller, fulled
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face fraught face full face
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