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inwrought

[in-rawt]
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adjective
  1. worked in or closely combined with something.
  2. wrought or worked with something by way of decoration.
  3. Archaic. wrought or worked in, as a decorative pattern.
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Also enwrought.

Origin of inwrought

First recorded in 1630–40; in-1 + wrought
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Related Words for inwrought

natural, endemic, indigenous, real, constitutional, essential, fundamental, wild, original, natal, built-in, congenital, genuine, hereditary, inborn, inbred, ingrained, inherited, instinctive, intrinsic

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Historical Examples of inwrought

  • It was inwrought with brilliant colors, and beautiful figures.

    The Oriental Story Book

    Wilhelm Hauff

  • It is inwrought with the very making of the Graysquirrel race.

    Bannertail

    Ernest Thompson Seton

  • No longer is it that simple strain, but inwrought with hopes and fears and memories.

    In the Open

    Stanton Davis Kirkham

  • That of her husband and the date of his death, 1666, are inwrought upon the other.

  • This bed was of inwrought gold, and was spread with silken cloths beyond price.


British Dictionary definitions for inwrought

inwrought

adjective
  1. worked or woven into material, esp decoratively
  2. rare blended with other things
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