unfraught

unfraught

(ʌnˈfrɔːt)
adj
not fraught
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For example, we can't ignore such famously unfraught topics as "thinking the unthinkable.
ii) The state of comfort and being which is unfraught and unimpassioned existence ('Going good
But as we have sadly discovered, alliances with the commercial theatre marketplace are not entirely unfraught with risk.
With objectivity unfraught by self-pity, yet perhaps tinged with a removed compassion, the artist has recounted the visage of the aging man revealed by his mirror.
Toby and Trim's unfraught, practical, indeed, practically unconscious piety is an important clue to the kind of "practical divinity" that Yorick (and by extension, Sterne) endorses.
His example concerns the point in Death in Venice when Aschenbach encounters Tadzio on the way to the beach and the thought suggests itself: why not simply go up to the youth and speak to him in the ordinary, unfraught way, in the friendly, familiar way people use at resorts, and so commence a pleasant, less agitated seaside acquaintance?