fraught with peril

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Not only was such an act sacrilegious in its nature, but it was fraught with peril.
In the contest, I allowed myself to be seduced by the Internet hysteria - which was fraught with peril,'' he said.
The idea of getting into a business you don't understand is fraught with peril.
The EU and Britain agreed last month to move Brexit talks onto trade and a transition pact but some of the EU's most powerful leaders have cautioned that the final year of divorce negotiations before Britain's exit could be fraught with peril.
The European Union agreed on Friday to move Brexit talks onto trade and a transition pact but some leaders cautioned that the final year of divorce negotiations before Britain's exit could be fraught with peril.
He expressed concern over the adverse repercussions of the US move on security, peace and stability in the region, which is already fraught with peril.
The choice of technology solution -- whether for CRM, planning, or practice management -- is often fraught with peril.
I think it is fraught with peril, politically," GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak said.
In order to survive, Lily must make it out of Germany, into the hands of Allied-controlled France, through a path fraught with peril.
I will also celebrate a last match which for a change isn't fraught with peril, or a wave goodbye to the golden trough - we can actually enjoy the build-up as well.
This market is fraught with peril, from incompatible video formats to highly fragmented market sectors.
Building a spoof element into a reality-TV competition seems fraught with peril, but "America's Next Weatherman" pretty deftly navigates those currents, with Matt Oberg ("The Comedians") playing a weird, off-kilter host while almost everyone else appears deadly earnest about what's transpiring.