Fraight


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a.1.Same as Fraught.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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More importantly though, that day at Dens gave Saints the building blocks to piece together a similar season that had been fraight with issues since day one.
"'Most godly heart fraight with al mercie': Queens' Mercy During the Reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I." Queens and Power in Medieval and
In a more recent article, "'Most godly heart fraight with al mercie': Queens' Mercy During the Reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I," Sarah Duncan comments on the way mercy was represented during the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, including the impact of this traditional image of the merciful queen.
Our Planters Shipping againe; having their second freight of Fish taken from them, (by order as before) may retorne for England with a fifth fraight, and all under the charge of one setting forth; which makes the designe (in agitation) the more considerable, and the more capable of being taken in hand.
* Arkansas Best Corp., the parent company of ABF Fraight System Inc., reported a 61 percent rise in its earnings.