Definition of Ironwares

1. Noun. (plural of ironware) ¹



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Definition of Ironwares

1. ironware [n] - See also: ironware

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironwares

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

Literary usage of Ironwares

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1. Official Catalogue of the British Section by Great Britain (1876)
"Pots and all other manufactures not included in the preceding classes Polished or turned - Tinned, enamelled, or varnished IRON : — ironwares (heavy), ..."

2. International Shipping & Shipbuilding Directory (1891)
"Iron and ironwares free ; Tas. Free ; Tr. 4-; av; WA. Iron and steel wire, standards and ... For boring for water or coal free, ironwares. — See Iron, &c. ..."

3. A New Pocket-dictionary of the English and Swedish Languages by Karl Tauchnitz, Otto Holtze (1875)
"«(an* frei» m. trade with ironwares, -byf Í •-., /. forge. »bite » я. as hard ae iron. -WO , ax. hearth of iron, ..."

4. Commercial Handbook of France by Frederick Martin (1867)
"Description of Articles WROUGHT IRON:— ironwares (heavy), including framework ... Small ironwares ('serrurerie') including: locks and padlocks of all sorts, ..."

5. The City of Saint Louis of To-day: Its Progress and Prospects by Mahlon M. Yeakle (1889)
"Car wheels, chains, counting-room safes, scales and balances, steam- boilers, steam engines, shovels, mill saws, files, vises, ironwares, ..."

6. Official Catalogue of the British Section by Great Britain (1876)
"Pots and all other manufactures not included in the preceding classes Polished or turned - Tinned, enamelled, or varnished IRON : — ironwares (heavy), ..."

7. International Shipping & Shipbuilding Directory (1891)
"Iron and ironwares free ; Tas. Free ; Tr. 4-; av; WA. Iron and steel wire, standards and ... For boring for water or coal free, ironwares. — See Iron, &c. ..."

8. A New Pocket-dictionary of the English and Swedish Languages by Karl Tauchnitz, Otto Holtze (1875)
"«(an* frei» m. trade with ironwares, -byf Í •-., /. forge. »bite » я. as hard ae iron. -WO , ax. hearth of iron, ..."

9. Commercial Handbook of France by Frederick Martin (1867)
"Description of Articles WROUGHT IRON:— ironwares (heavy), including framework ... Small ironwares ('serrurerie') including: locks and padlocks of all sorts, ..."

10. The City of Saint Louis of To-day: Its Progress and Prospects by Mahlon M. Yeakle (1889)
"Car wheels, chains, counting-room safes, scales and balances, steam- boilers, steam engines, shovels, mill saws, files, vises, ironwares, ..."

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