work (v.), past form wrought 2
perform, do, carry out
2H6 V.i.70 [King to Iden, of Cade] That living wrought me such exceeding trouble
Cym V.iii.55 [Posthumus to Lord] you are made / Rather to wonder at the things you hear / Than to work any
Mac II.i.19 [Macbeth to Banquo] Being unprepared / Our will became the servant to defect, / Which else should free have wrought
Tem V.i.53 [Prospero alone] when I have required / Some heavenly music ... / To work mine end
Tim I.i.199 [Timon to Apemantus, of a painting] Wrought he not well that painted it?