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Definition of wrought verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



wrought something (formal or literary)
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(used only in the past tense) caused something to happen, especially a change This century wrought major changes in our society. The storm wrought havoc in the south. Wrought is an old form of the past tense of work.
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