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Look at the last stage in the plant, before the inwrought life is free for use.
The silken veil, which hung down from the beam, was curiously inwrought with the images of the reigning monarch and his children.
He meant to teach him that heaven must be in the man, inwrought into his character and life.
It was only a commonplace frame cottage, inwrought with memories and associations, but it was home—all we had.
It also found the Cunard line long and well established, and inwrought into the public favor.
It is the fruit of a Divine necessity inwrought with the constitution and life of the human soul.
Alas for that one image fair,   With all my brightest dreams inwrought!
THE BON GAULTIER BALLADSWILLIAM EDMONSTOUNE AYTOUN
Perhaps it is pride--ambition too inwrought with fairest qualities to show as such,--security of your self of selves too absolute.
SIR MORTIMERMARY JOHNSTON
She was arrayed on this occasion, in a dress of white muslin, richly inwrought with needle-work.
ALIDAAMELIA STRATTON COMFIELD
The Mohawks have gone from us, indeed, leaving us only a memory, all inwrought in a thick array of Indian names.

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