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upwrought

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EtymologyEdit

up- +‎ wrought

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upwrought (comparative more upwrought, superlative most upwrought)

  1. wrought-up
    • 1934, Oscar W. Firkins, Memoirs and Letters
      For a short time he served his father as timekeeper in a lumber yard in North Dakota — a miserable experience for him, as can readily be imagined. He came home unhappy, in a nervously upwrought state, began to shun his former associates []

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