fraught with danger

fraught with danger

Very unsafe or risky. A trip to that part of town at night would be fraught with danger—why risk it?
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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.
See also: danger, fraught
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"However, the draw for the final is fraught with danger, although Huarache Madison, who has had a few niggling problems throughout her career, has never been in a better place both in her body and her mind."
"In a land fraught with danger, two women experience tragedy, loss and the overwhelming power of love, while betrayal and pain refine them in an unforgiving land that claims their hearts" goes the synopsis.
AN NHS chief says the plans to shut A&E at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary are "fraught with danger."
But he reckons social media accounts are fraught with danger for footballers.
The book has to try to do this but accuracy in predicting the shape of the digital future is fraught with danger. This book will be a very useful resource for KS3 and older KS2 students.
Working at sea is always fraught with danger. Trying to do the same at night amid strong winds and tide adds to the pressure and need for expertise.
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.
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.