Definition of Ironmen

1. Noun. (plural of ironman) ¹

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Definition of Ironmen

1. ironman [n] - See also: ironman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironmen

ironism
ironist
ironists
ironize
ironized
ironizes
ironizing
ironlike
ironmaker
ironmakers
ironmaking
ironman
ironmans
ironmaster
ironmasters
ironmen (current term)
ironmine
ironmines
ironmonger
ironmongeress
ironmongeries
ironmongering
ironmongers
ironmongery
ironness
ironnesses
irons
irons in the fire
ironshod
ironshot

Literary usage of Ironmen

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1. ... Recent British Legislation Affecting Workmen ...: Forming Part II of the by Charles Ferris Gettemy (1907)
"... that the employers had no option, that the ironmen were doing their best to put an end to the practice of shipwrights doing ironwork, and that wherever ..."

2. The Gild Merchant: A Contribution to British Municipal History by Charles Gross (1890)
"... spinsters, coopers, carpenters, masons, tilers, joiners, cutlers, smiths, and ironmen within the borough shall join the Fraternity of Drapers. ..."

3. Henry Ward Beecher: A Sketch of His Career: with Analyses of His Power as a by Lyman Abbott, Samuel Byram Halliday (1887)
"... tenders, ironmen, old iron and new iron, tin pipes, carpenters, and new air-boxes, girls and dinner, the Irishman wheezing at the pump—all mixed in such ..."

4. The Autobiography of John Fritz by John Fritz (1911)
"Notwithstanding I now had the consent of the company to go on with my plan for the new mill, many of my warmest friends, some of whom were practical ironmen ..."

5. The Autobiography of John Fritz by John Fritz (1911)
"Notwithstanding I now had the consent of the company to go on with my plan for the new mill, many of my warmest friends, some of whom were practical ironmen ..."

6. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1884)
"About seventy per cent, of all railroad presidents, ironmen, and buyers on margin are now affected with it. THE CHANGES IN THE CITY HEALTH BOARD. ..."

7. ... Recent British Legislation Affecting Workmen ...: Forming Part II of the by Charles Ferris Gettemy (1907)
"... that the employers had no option, that the ironmen were doing their best to put an end to the practice of shipwrights doing ironwork, and that wherever ..."

8. The Gild Merchant: A Contribution to British Municipal History by Charles Gross (1890)
"... spinsters, coopers, carpenters, masons, tilers, joiners, cutlers, smiths, and ironmen within the borough shall join the Fraternity of Drapers. ..."

9. Henry Ward Beecher: A Sketch of His Career: with Analyses of His Power as a by Lyman Abbott, Samuel Byram Halliday (1887)
"... tenders, ironmen, old iron and new iron, tin pipes, carpenters, and new air-boxes, girls and dinner, the Irishman wheezing at the pump—all mixed in such ..."

10. The Autobiography of John Fritz by John Fritz (1911)
"Notwithstanding I now had the consent of the company to go on with my plan for the new mill, many of my warmest friends, some of whom were practical ironmen ..."

11. The Autobiography of John Fritz by John Fritz (1911)
"Notwithstanding I now had the consent of the company to go on with my plan for the new mill, many of my warmest friends, some of whom were practical ironmen ..."

12. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1884)
"About seventy per cent, of all railroad presidents, ironmen, and buyers on margin are now affected with it. THE CHANGES IN THE CITY HEALTH BOARD. ..."

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