archaic past and past participle of work.
(Of metals) beaten out or shaped by hammering.
- The family later moved to Wheldrake, where they bought The Forge and specialised in wrought ironwork.
- Until the industrial revolution, the most widespread use of iron was in its wrought form.
- The lane was guarded by two enormous iron wrought gates, which currently lay open.
See wreak (usage).
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