fraught with danger


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fraught with danger

Cliché [of something] full of something dangerous or unpleasant. The spy's trip to Russia was fraught with danger. My escape from the kidnapper was fraught with danger.
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The race is fraught with danger and chaos on a crowded track, which often causes multiple falls and injuries.
Hole 18 513yds Par 5 Dun Roamin' Fraught with danger now the green has been reshaped, with added pressure of being the final hole in the matches.
In these circumstances, the transition from the existing currency union would be complex and fraught with danger.
Melbourne, January 24 ( ANI ): Experts have shared their top tips on how to use LinkedIn at the workplace as the professional social network is fraught with danger.
The study lists the top 20 "toxic cities" in the UK, whose high streets are fraught with danger for those battling to control their weight.
Forever fraught with danger, a round-rail 50-50 is no joke.
Connie then heads to Swansea to meet the south and mid Wales cave rescue - visiting caves may be a popular activity but it's one that is fraught with danger.
The crying game in politics is fraught with danger.
Insp Jim Gray, of the Whitley Bay neighbourhood policing team, said: "This application is fraught with danger.
It is a scoreline fraught with danger given the Red Devils were eliminated on away goals after exactly the same result in Monaco during the 1997/98 Champions League campaign.
But his time there was short and fraught with danger, as you will discover when you turn this page.
Morecrofts' Helen Dring, who is a member of SFE, said: "These online wills look attractive on the surface, because they are cheap or sometimes even free, but they are fraught with danger.
Petterson is particularly adept at creating suspense, and because the writing style is so understated, every small action on the part of the characters seems fraught with danger.
Each path we tread it seems, is fraught with danger.
This alleged dichotomy between the word of God and "the words of men" is fraught with danger.