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  • What about a white stucco with wrought-iron work like these Creole houses here?  (not reviewed by editor)

  • When Dr. Meade told her she was pregnant, she was astounded, for she had been expecting a diagnosis of biliousness and over-wrought nerves.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • When she departed from her father's house forever, she had left a home whose lines were as beautiful and flowing as a woman's body, as a ship in full sail; a pale pink stucco house built in the French colonial style, set high from the ground in a dainty manner, approached by swirling stairs, banistered with wrought iron as delicate as lace; a dim, rich house, gracious but aloof.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: the damage he has wrought
as in: wrought iron
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