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wrought
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The high hedge curved into them, running off into the distance beyond the pair of imposing wrought-iron gates barring the men’s way.
  • In the middle of the floor, a wrought-iron spiral staircase led to the upper levels.

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  • Harry’s eyes, still puffy, took a moment to acclimatize, then he saw a pair of wrought-iron gates at the foot of what looked like a long drive.
  • We have a duty to the objects placed in our care, which were, so often, wrought by our fingers.
  • He was looking through the high wrought-iron gates with winged boats on pillars at either side, looking through the dark grounds toward the castle, which was ablaze with lights.

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as in: wrought iron Define
worked -- as when iron is shaped to fit by bending or beating
as in: the damage he has wrought Define
caused to happen or occurred as a consequence
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