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You sit down again and stare at the stage, enthralled by the magic wrought on you.

The first murderKatie McLeanAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

He wrought a state out of tribal kinship and fostered an independence and self-reliance which no oppression could destroy.

OptimismHelen Keller

But his Dulcinea had wrought most wonderfully on his imagination.

The tank is of wrought iron or steel with strengthening pieces of angle iron.

And what vast changes of society and of nations had been wrought by sudden convulsions or by slow degrees since that era!

Grandfather's ChairNathaniel Hawthorne

How many unexpected deliverances has He wrought on our behalf!

SermonsClement Bailhache

He now wrought a revolution in the art of painting in Paris, and established a new school.

The two sprang up to examine it, and found an ugly little rent that had nearly pulled out one of the wrought rosebuds.

Karamaneh, wrought upon past endurance, with a sobbing cry, sank to the deck—and lay still.

Before this, he had shown what deeds might be wrought upon the sea by ships prepared and manned and led by himself.

With the Black PrinceWilliam Osborn Stoddard

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