Definition of inwrought:
indwelling, innate, internal, immanent, inherent, decorated, native, inborn, essential, inseparable, adorned, inbred, infixed, congenital, indispensable, natural, intrinsic, subjective, inhering, ingrained.
- "A Novelist on Novels", W. L. George.
For though his head was hidden in the rusty casque, and though he held the sword which all men covet, he was clad from neck to foot in arms and mail so marvelously chased and inwrought with red gold that his whole body shone ruddy in the sunshaft.- "Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard", Eleanor Farjeon.
William Morris, on a raised platform, surrounded by products of the loom, at work upon a model loom specially constructed from his design- now in the Victoria and Albert Museum- to show how the wools were inwrought, and the visions of his brain fixed in colour and in form; Walter Crane, backed by a great black board, wiped clean, alas!- "The Arts and Crafts Movement", Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson.