From Middle English straught, from Old English streahte (first and third person singular preterite) and (ġe)streaht (past participle) of streċċan (“to stretch”). More at stretch, straight.
From Scots straucht (“stretched, stretched out”). Compare Scots strauchten (“to straighten”).
straught (third-person singular simple present straughts, present participle straughting, simple past and past participle straughted)
straught (comparative more straught, superlative most straught)
From apheresis of distraught, bestraught, forstraught, etc.