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worked

[ wurkt ]
/ wɜrkt /
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adjective

that has undergone work.

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Origin of worked

First recorded in 1700–10; work + -ed2

synonym study for worked

Worked, wrought both apply to something on which effort has been applied. Worked implies expended effort of almost any kind: a worked silver mine. Wrought implies fashioning, molding, or making, especially of metals: wrought iron.

OTHER WORDS FROM worked

un·worked, adjectivewell-worked, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for worked

worked
/ (wɜːkt) /

adjective

made or decorated with evidence of workmanship; wrought, as with embroidery or tracery
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