With such a well-wrought tale, there's no reason to let writing—or politics—get in the way.
The cabbage requires a well-manured and well-wrought loamy soil.
For what to him was Juno's well-wrought hem, Diana's shaft, or Pallas' olive-stem?
Heigho, and how his quiver / with well-wrought hands was rich bedight!
But of the well-wrought cancelli, carrying the mind across the sea to St. Clements, a large part still remains.
Beowulf's sword had failed him in the conflict, although it was an old and well-wrought blade.
It is well-wrought, strong, heavy with learning and what the Chaucerians would call "high sentence."
The flesh is covered with a wrapping of rags, and then encased in well-wrought clay.
The triforium arch is round and moulded, and has a well-wrought chevron ornament.
The roof rises gracefully to its ridge, and each gable end is surmounted by a well-wrought iron finial.