It also found the Cunard line long and well established, and inwrought into the public favor.
It is inwrought with the very making of the Graysquirrel race.
The moral of the fable is expressed formally; the lesson of the fiction, if any, is inwrought.
No longer is it that simple strain, but inwrought with hopes and fears and memories.
That which covers the whole is richly embroidered with gold, and inwrought with texts or passages from the Koran.
That of her husband and the date of his death, 1666, are inwrought upon the other.
The Mohawks have gone from us, indeed, leaving us only a memory, all inwrought in a thick array of Indian names.
The arms of the king are inwrought in two places; for Henry contributed to the embellishment of this church.
And this composure, being so inwrought with hope, was unfailingly active and alert.
God has inwrought the law of progression into the nature of things, and observes it in his own works.