Origin of wrought
Examples from the Web for well-wrought
With such a well-wrought tale, there's no reason to let writing—or politics—get in the way.
Thus then having spoken, he gave him a silver-studded sword, presenting it with the sheath and the well-wrought belt.
Heigho, and how his quiver / with well-wrought hands was rich bedight!The Nibelungenlied|Unknown
Beowulf's sword had failed him in the conflict, although it was an old and well-wrought blade.
The flesh is covered with a wrapping of rags, and then encased in well-wrought clay.
But of the well-wrought cancelli, carrying the mind across the sea to St. Clements, a large part still remains.Studies of Travel - Greece|Edward A. Freeman
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Word Origin for wrought
Word Origin and History for well-wrought
mid-13c., from past participle of Middle English werken (see work).