1. Having a design that has been worked or woven in.
  2. (figurative) Fixed, established, ingrained.
    • 1863, George Eliot, Romola, Volume II, Book II, Chapter X, page 104
      As he had recovered his strength of body, he had recovered his self-command and the energy of his will; he had recovered the memory of all that part of his life which was closely inwrought with his emotions; and he had felt more and more constantly and painfully the uneasy sense of lost knowledge.

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