Outwrought - definition of outwrought by The Free Dictionary
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A past tense and a past participle of outwork
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Thus the Father's wisdom giveth Answer, from the prayer outwrought
: From the furrowed fields of labor Come the harvest sheaves of thought; And from out the lines of ages, Gleams the truth of Christly birth-- Learning, incarnate in labor, Shall regenerate the earth.