It is a monolith of unwrought stone standing sixteen feet high.
The unwrought material, when divided and distributed, forms vessels.
The unwrought gold is chiefly from Alabama, and is greatly on the increase.
But we raised and smelted no copper, importing it unwrought.
Useless to them, they gather it in the rough; bring it unwrought; and wonder at the price they receive.
On the second, gold and silver wrought, unwrought, and coined.
It is the bringing out the unwrought man, like the polished statue from the rough block of marble.
And as soon as unwrought stones and clubs came into use there was mechanical compensation for the shortening of the arms.
Our clay, you see, is yet unwrought: the "perfect workmanship" is still to come.
You shall know them by their raiment, for they mostly go clad of a frieze coat, bound by a girdle of unwrought leather.