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wrought
used in The Fellowship of the Ring

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wrought iron
Definition
worked — as when iron is shaped to fit by bending or beating
  • Then she lifted from her lap a great stone of a clear green, set in a silver brooch that was wrought in the likeness of an eagle with outspread wings;
    2.8 — Book 2 Chapter 8 — Farewell to Lorien (66% in)
wrought = worked
There are no more uses of "wrought" flagged with this meaning in The Fellowship of the Ring.

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  • Yet I could wish, were it of any avail, that the One Ring had never been wrought, or had remained for ever lost.
    2.7 — Book 2 Chapter 7 — The Mirror of Galadriel (90% in)
  • If he recovers it, then he will command them all again, wherever they be, even the Three, and all that has been wrought with them will be laid bare, and he will be stronger than ever.
    1.2 — Book 1 Chapter 2 — The Shadow of the Past (43% in)
  • They gleamed as he drew them from their black sheaths, wrought of some strange metal, light and strong, and set with many fiery stones.
    1.8 — Book 1 Chapter 8 — Fog on the Barrow-Downs (79% in)
  • Above her brow her head was covered with a cap of silver lace netted with small gems, glittering white; but her soft grey raiment had no ornament save a girdle of leaves wrought in silver.
    2.1 — Book 2 Chapter 1 — Many Meetings (46% in)
  • But all that has been wrought by those who wield the Three will turn to their undoing, and their minds and hearts will become revealed to Sauron, if he regains the One.
    2.2 — Book 2 Chapter 2 — The Council of Elrond (92% in)
  • Some hope that the Three Rings, which Sauron has never touched, would then become free, and their rulers might heal the hurts of the world that he has wrought.
    2.2 — Book 2 Chapter 2 — The Council of Elrond (93% in)
  • There is the land where our fathers worked of old, and we have wrought the image of those mountains into many works of metal and of stone, and into many songs and tales.
    2.3 — Book 2 Chapter 3 — The Ring Goes South (49% in)
  • But the Elves of this land were of a race strange to us of the silvan folk, and the trees and the grass do not now remember them: Only I hear the stones lament them: deep they delved us, fair they wrought us, high they builded us; but they are gone.
    2.3 — Book 2 Chapter 3 — The Ring Goes South (53% in)
  • They are wrought of ithildin that mirrors only starlight and moonlight, and sleeps until it is touched by one who speaks words now long forgotten in Middle-earth.
    2.4 — Book 2 Chapter 4 — A Journey in the Dark (43% in)
  • There beryl, pearl, and opal pale, And metal wrought like fishes' mail, Buckler and corslet, axe and sword, And shining spears were laid in hoard.
    2.4 — Book 2 Chapter 4 — A Journey in the Dark (88% in)
  • A music came down the river as it drew nearer; and suddenly they perceived that it was a ship, wrought and carved with elven-skill in the likeness of a bird.
    2.8 — Book 2 Chapter 8 — Farewell to Lorien (45% in)
  • It was overlaid with a tracery of flowers and leaves wrought of silver and gold, and on it were set in elven runes formed of many gems the name Anduril and the lineage of the sword.
    2.8 — Book 2 Chapter 8 — Farewell to Lorien (63% in)
  • ' The Lady bowed her head, and she turned then to Boromir, and to him she gave a belt of gold; and to Merry and Pippin she gave small silver belts, each with a clasp wrought like a golden flower.
    2.8 — Book 2 Chapter 8 — Farewell to Lorien (69% in)
  • The heart of Legolas was running under the stars of a summer night in some northern glade amid the beech-woods; Gimli was fingering gold in his mind, and wondering if it were fit to be wrought into the housing of the Lady's gift.
    2.9 — Book 2 Chapter 9 — The Great River (14% in)
  • It was dark, but not too dark for the night-eyes of Orcs, and in the star-glimmer they must have offered their cunning foes some mark, unless it was that the grey cloaks Of Lorien and the grey timber of the elf-wrought boats defeated the malice of the archers of Mordor.
    2.9 — Book 2 Chapter 9 — The Great River (47% in)
  • Then he saw that they were indeed shaped and fashioned: the craft and power of old had wrought upon them, and still they preserved through the suns and rains of forgotten years the mighty likenesses in which they had been hewn.
    2.9 — Book 2 Chapter 9 — The Great River (89% in)

There are no more uses of "wrought" in The Fellowship of the Ring.

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