Definition of Ironworkers

1. Noun. (plural of ironworker) ¹



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Definition of Ironworkers

1. ironworker [n] - See also: ironworker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironworkers

ironsmithing
ironsmiths
ironstone
ironstones
ironware
ironwares
ironweed
ironweeds
ironwoman
ironwomen
ironwood
ironwood tree
ironwoods
ironwork
ironworker
ironworkers (current term)
ironworking
ironworks
ironwort
irony
irony mark
irony marks
iroquois
irori
irous
irradiance
irradiances
irradiancies
irradiancy
irradiant

Literary usage of Ironworkers

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1. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (1880)
"... Strikes (rmd\Tui?.il\ — of t bu ironworkers of the North, 4 m 7 /—6 m 7 rf— tí /л 12 /' — at the ..."

2. The Romance of Invention: Vignettes from the Annals of Industry and Science by James Burnley (1886)
"The Fires of Nature—Metallurgical Operations of Early Times—The ironworkers of the Sussex Weald—From Wood Furnaces to Coal—Dud Dudley's Smelling Process—The ..."

3. The Adjustment of Wages: A Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great by William James Ashley (1903)
"SLIDING SCALE FOR THE REGULATION OP ironworkers' WAGES. Prepared by the Sliding Scale Committee appointed October 8, 1889, and finally confirmed by the ..."

4. The Secret Service of the Confederate States in Europe: Or, How the by James Dunwody Bulloch (1884)
"English ironworkers sent out to the Confederate Government. — The Confederate States Representatives at Bermuda, Nassau, and Havana. ..."

5. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1996-1997 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"injuries due to falls is so great, ironworkers use safety devices such ... Employment Structural and reinforcing ironworkers held about 61000 jobs in 1994. ..."

6. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1994-1995 by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"and reinforcing ironworkers fabricate, assemble, and install these products. ... ironworkers then connect the sections and set up the cables that do the ..."

7. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (1880)
"... Strikes (rmd\Tui?.il\ — of t bu ironworkers of the North, 4 m 7 /—6 m 7 rf— tí /л 12 /' — at the ..."

8. The Romance of Invention: Vignettes from the Annals of Industry and Science by James Burnley (1886)
"The Fires of Nature—Metallurgical Operations of Early Times—The ironworkers of the Sussex Weald—From Wood Furnaces to Coal—Dud Dudley's Smelling Process—The ..."

9. The Adjustment of Wages: A Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great by William James Ashley (1903)
"SLIDING SCALE FOR THE REGULATION OP ironworkers' WAGES. Prepared by the Sliding Scale Committee appointed October 8, 1889, and finally confirmed by the ..."

10. The Secret Service of the Confederate States in Europe: Or, How the by James Dunwody Bulloch (1884)
"English ironworkers sent out to the Confederate Government. — The Confederate States Representatives at Bermuda, Nassau, and Havana. ..."

11. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1996-1997 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"injuries due to falls is so great, ironworkers use safety devices such ... Employment Structural and reinforcing ironworkers held about 61000 jobs in 1994. ..."

12. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1994-1995 by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"and reinforcing ironworkers fabricate, assemble, and install these products. ... ironworkers then connect the sections and set up the cables that do the ..."

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