freighted[ freyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF freighted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREIGHTED
Otherwise the air was still, fragrant, freighted with spring.
All the best experience of humanity folded, saved, freighted to us here!
They might surely consider the canoe as freighted with goods which were contraband of war.
Freighted with consolation, joy, or sorrow, they are anxiously awaited.
The letter which is freighted with a proposition that affects my future life is two cents.
She was freighted with cotton-wool and oil, from the Lachadive islands.
I tried to think of all the various articles with which the ship was likely to be freighted.
Why, man, the little Jewess is freighted with jewels; a very queen of diamonds.
The two days' convention at Dayton was freighted with interest.
The clipper "Great Republic" is not freighted half of her time.
early 13c., fraght, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht, vrecht, meaning originally "cost of transport" and probably from a lost Old Frisian word, from Proto-Germanic *fra-aihtiz "absolute possession, property" (cf. Old High German freht "earnings"), from *fra-, intensive prefix, + *aik "to be master of, possess," from PIE *aik- (see owe). Meaning "transporting of goods or passengers for money" is from late 14c. Danish fragt, Swedish frakt apparently also are from Frisian. As a verb, from late 14c.