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wrought
used in Atlas Shrugged

4 uses
  • He observed, indifferently, the devastation wrought by his own indifference.
    2.1 Part 2 Chapter 1 — The Man Who Belonged on Earth (89% in)
  • She wanted so much to tell you about the wonderful work we're doing in our parish school, and about the classes in metal craftsmanship, and about the beautiful wrought-iron doorknobs that the little slum children are making all by themselves.
    1.2 Part 1 Chapter 2 — The Chain (49% in)
  • No, no, but the sudden disappearance of a major supply wrought havoc in the entire oil market.
    2.1 Part 2 Chapter 1 — The Man Who Belonged on Earth (13% in)
  • Destruction is the only end that the mystics' creed has ever achieved, as it is the only end that you see them achieving today, and if the ravages wrought by their acts have not made them question their doctrines, if they profess to be moved by love, yet are not deterred by piles of human corpses, it is because the truth about their souls is worse than the obscene excuse you have allowed them, the excuse that the end justifies the means and that the horrors they practice are means to...
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (65% in)

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