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inwrought

worked or woven into material, esp decoratively

inwrought

Closely combined or profusely embellished.
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9] It may be viewed as a fugue of jumbled media whose inwrought motif counterpoints sights (eye) with sounds (I/ay), what is seen with what is articulated.
On the other hand, while reading "Carrion Comfort" - believed to be the sonnet "written in blood" in those anguished years before the poet's death - we feel that certainty thrown into question, we feel the poem's noncompliance, its inwrought refusal to cede its doubts (signalled in part by the shocked incredulity of its parenthetic phrase) as one sign of its "modernity," as one sign of its phoenix-art:
Now this bed was of such a nature as to be inwrought into the substance of the apartment itself, and could not be removed: if therefore Ulysses had acquiesced in the injunction given by Penelope, and not discovered the impossibility of it, she might have very justly concluded him to be an impostor, being manifestly ignorant of the secret of his own marriage bed.