Definition of Ironsmiths

1. Noun. (plural of ironsmith) ¹



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Definition of Ironsmiths

1. ironsmith [n] - See also: ironsmith

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironsmiths

ironmonger
ironmongeress
ironmongeries
ironmongering
ironmongers
ironmongery
ironness
ironnesses
irons
irons in the fire
ironshod
ironshot
ironside
ironsmith
ironsmithing
ironsmiths (current term)
ironstone
ironstones
ironware
ironwares
ironweed
ironweeds
ironwoman
ironwomen
ironwood
ironwood tree
ironwoods
ironwork
ironworker
ironworkers

Literary usage of Ironsmiths

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1. Man by Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (1903)
"But, though these Lori's are wanderers, I do not think I shall be able to identify them with the gypsies, foi they have a fixed occupation as ironsmiths. ..."

2. Familiar Talks on English Literature: A Manual Embracing the Great Epochs of by Addy Sage Richardson (1892)
"... should have a pleasant and a wealthy living either by idleness or by unnecessary business, while in the mean time poor laborers, carters, ironsmiths, ..."

3. The Theological Monthly (1891)
"... Sayce has given reasons for believing that the Kenites were originally wandering ironsmiths, forming a guild in the East, as formerly the ..."

4. Patriarchal Palestine by Archibald Henry Sayce (1895)
"Indeed there seems to have been a special class of wandering ironsmiths in Palestine, like the wandering ironsmiths of mediaeval ..."

5. Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency by Sir James MacNabb Campbell, Reginald Edward Enthoven (1904)
"... copper brass and tin, making and tinning pots, and some of them tilling. A coppersmith earns 6d. to 9d. (4-6 as.) a day and is fairly oif. ironsmiths or ..."

6. Man by Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (1903)
"But, though these Lori's are wanderers, I do not think I shall be able to identify them with the gypsies, foi they have a fixed occupation as ironsmiths. ..."

7. Familiar Talks on English Literature: A Manual Embracing the Great Epochs of by Addy Sage Richardson (1892)
"... should have a pleasant and a wealthy living either by idleness or by unnecessary business, while in the mean time poor laborers, carters, ironsmiths, ..."

8. The Theological Monthly (1891)
"... Sayce has given reasons for believing that the Kenites were originally wandering ironsmiths, forming a guild in the East, as formerly the ..."

9. Patriarchal Palestine by Archibald Henry Sayce (1895)
"Indeed there seems to have been a special class of wandering ironsmiths in Palestine, like the wandering ironsmiths of mediaeval ..."

10. Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency by Sir James MacNabb Campbell, Reginald Edward Enthoven (1904)
"... copper brass and tin, making and tinning pots, and some of them tilling. A coppersmith earns 6d. to 9d. (4-6 as.) a day and is fairly oif. ironsmiths or ..."

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