Definition of Iron-gray

1. Noun. The color of freshly broken cast iron.

Exact synonyms: Iron-grey
Generic synonyms: Gray, Grayness, Grey, Greyness
Derivative terms: Iron-grey



2. Adjective. Of the grey color of iron.
Exact synonyms: Iron-grey
Similar to: Achromatic, Neutral
Derivative terms: Iron-grey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iron-gray

iron(II) oxide
iron(II) sulfate
iron(III) oxide
iron(III) sulfate
iron-52
iron-54
iron-55
iron-56
iron-57
iron-58
iron-59
iron-binding capacity
iron-dextran complex
iron-fisted
iron-gray (current term)
iron-grey
iron-hearted
iron-shot
iron-sick
iron-storage disease
iron-storage protein
iron-sulfur cluster
iron-sulfur clusters
iron-sulfur protein
iron-sulfur proteins
iron-sulphur cluster
iron-sulphur protein
iron-tree
iron age

Literary usage of Iron-gray

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1. Laboratory Manual of Dyeing and Textile Chemistry by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1909)
"Enter at a low temperature and gradually raise to the boil. Wash and soap in the manner before described. Experiment 128. Iron Gray on Cotton. ..."

2. Laboratory Manual of Dyeing and Textile Chemistry by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1909)
"Enter at a low temperature and gradually raise to the boil. Wash and soap in the manner before described. Experiment 128. Iron Gray on Cotton. ..."

3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1908)
"Color, iron- gray to black; streak, iron-gray to black; opaque; luster, metallic; tenacity, malleable; cleavage, octahedral. It is strongly attracted by ..."

4. Practical Essay on the Strength of Cast Iron and Other Metals: Containing by Thomas Tredgold, Eaton Hodgkinson (1861)
"In very tough iron the colour of the fracture is uniform dark iron gray, the texture fibrous, with an abundance of metallic lustre. ..."

5. Manual of Mineralogy and Lithology: Containing the Elements of the Science by James Dwight Dana (1886)
"Color iron gray, and lustre bright metallic, but varying to red and ... Color iron gray to grayish black, and lustre metallic; never bright red. ..."

6. The Copper Mines of the World by Walter Harvey Weed (1907)
"The pure mineral is compact, has metallic luster, and is a steel or iron-gray color when in thin scales, but when massive it has a jet black glassy or ..."

7. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1908)
"Color, iron- gray to black; streak, iron-gray to black; opaque; luster, metallic; tenacity, malleable; cleavage, octahedral. It is strongly attracted by ..."

8. Practical Essay on the Strength of Cast Iron and Other Metals: Containing by Thomas Tredgold, Eaton Hodgkinson (1861)
"In very tough iron the colour of the fracture is uniform dark iron gray, the texture fibrous, with an abundance of metallic lustre. ..."

9. Manual of Mineralogy and Lithology: Containing the Elements of the Science by James Dwight Dana (1886)
"Color iron gray, and lustre bright metallic, but varying to red and ... Color iron gray to grayish black, and lustre metallic; never bright red. ..."

10. The Copper Mines of the World by Walter Harvey Weed (1907)
"The pure mineral is compact, has metallic luster, and is a steel or iron-gray color when in thin scales, but when massive it has a jet black glassy or ..."

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