In my current WIP I have the following sentence: "Let us see what they have since wrought." This is spoken by one individual to another individual about a third party. In particular, the two characters are observing an engineering construction built in the past by a civilization they have just discovered. The speaker wants to explore more to find out what else that civilization has done since they built the observed construct. Is this an appropriate use of the word "wrought?" I could word the sentence differently but I like the flow and rhythm of the sentence as written... provided it's grammatical, of course! Thanks. P.S. I'm using American English if that matters.