Within days of 9/11 he was talking about a “crusade” to avenge the blow, without realizing how freighted that word was.
But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.
Nothing has ever been so freighted with symbolism, ideology, and history.
You are converging two events that are freighted with expectations, essentially doubling your risk of disaster.
In The Paying Guests, the house, which creaks and stands so still and yet so freighted, is almost a character in itself.
After the Pioneer was put in shape again Captain Jehu freighted lumber in her for twenty years.
They might surely consider the canoe as freighted with goods which were contraband of war.
Every hand within is fully occupied in letter-sorting for the mails; they must be freighted in less than half an hour.
freighted with consolation, joy, or sorrow, they are anxiously awaited.
The sled, freighted with its living burden, was dashing like a meteor down the mountain side!
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.