Origin of wrought
Examples from the Web for unwrought
Useless to them, they gather it in the rough; bring it unwrought; and wonder at the price they receive.
Convic295tions existed in him by divine right; they were virgin, unwrought, the brute metal of decision.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson|Robert Louis Stevenson
The chief imports are salt, piece goods, brass utensils and unwrought iron.
The unwrought gold is chiefly from Alabama, and is greatly on the increase.Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847|Albert James Pickett
There is also a reticence and an unwrought suggestiveness about them that is like the promise of buds and early flowers.Birds and Poets|John Burroughs
Word Origin for wrought
mid-13c., from past participle of Middle English werken (see work).