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Things wrought often describes (“wrought ________”)
iron, alloys, havoc, gold, miracles, steel, pipe, gates, work, gate, silver, fence, metal, products, nails, changes, plate, steels, ironwork, stone, alloy, bars, material, wonders, metals, goods, wire, copper, righteousness, materials, silks, plates, railing, destruction, railings, stones, pipes, evil, piece, figures, balconies, bar, table, feelings, aluminum, frame, urn, brass, style, pieces, silk, beams, chain, nail, nerves, irons, mischief, damage, hinges, rods, product, picture, rails, bronze, imagination, chairs, clasp, out, ornaments, clasps, harm, articles, description, chair, prose, confusion, poems, scenes, furniture, tubes, vessels, columns, poem, girders, fences, brain

Descriptive words:
well, exquisitely, evil, much, good, first, magic, high, intricately, hard, little, fancy, last, ill, daily, twilight, best, tragedy, ready, hast, present, secret, excess, fine, wrong, fold, cunning, unaptly, heavy, singular, bad, latter, tempest, inch, finest, grievous, anvil, soonest, beautiful, untiring, hand, gorgeously, solid, eldest, ineffable, curious, fresh, fair, sweet, highest, unwrought, eighth, incalculable, schoolmen, immortal, divine, work, coarsely, longer, cardinal, easier, golden, alive, rare, self, azure, light, idle

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See wrought used in context: 88 rhymes, 41 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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