inwrought


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in·wrought

 (ĭn-rôt′, ĭn′rôt′)
adj.
1. Worked or woven in: an inwrought design.
2. Having a decorative pattern worked or woven in.

inwrought

(ˌɪnˈrɔːt)
adj
1. (Crafts) worked or woven into material, esp decoratively
2. rare blended with other things

in•wrought

(ɪnˈrɔt)

adj.
1. worked in or closely combined with something.
2. wrought or worked with something by way of decoration.
3. Archaic. wrought or worked in.
[1630–40]
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Adj.1.inwrought - having a decorative pattern worked or woven in; "an inwrought design"
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
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Adam's enthusiasm lay in these things; and our love is inwrought in our enthusiasm as electricity is inwrought in the air, exalting its power by a subtle presence.
The gates of the palace of John the Priest were "made of sardius, with the horn of the horned snake inwrought, so that no man might bring poison within.
Britain's fair daughter of the southern sphere-- New Zealand--with responsive, grateful thought, A votive offering sends to deck thy bier-- A simple wreath of native flowers inwrought.
She stated in the letter to Burne-Jones that his work had a "strain of special sadness in it--perhaps a deeper sense of the tremendous outer forces which urge us than of the inner impulse towards heroic struggle and achievement--but the sadness is so inwrought with pure elevating sensibility to all that is sweet and beautiful in the story of man and in the face of the earth.