wrought Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"wrought" in British English

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wroughtadjective

uk   /rɔːt/  us   /rɑːt/ formal
made or done in a ​careful or ​decorative way: The new ​albumcontains some carefully-wrought new ​songs and a ​number of ​familiarhits. Her ​poems are well-wrought and ​intenselypersonal.

wroughtverb

uk   /rɔːt/  us   /rɑːt/
to ​cause something to ​happen: Mr Simmonds has wrought (= ​caused)considerablechanges in the ​company.
(Definition of wrought from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"wrought" in American English

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wrought

 us   /rɔt/

wrought (CAUSED)

past simple and past participle of wreak

wroughtadjective [not gradable]

 us   /rɔt/ fml

wrought adjective [not gradable] (MADE)

brought into being; made: She’s ​modest about what she has wrought.
(Definition of wrought from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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