Definition of One iron

1. Noun. (golf) the long iron with the most nearly vertical face.

Exact synonyms: Driving Iron
Category relationships: Golf, Golf Game
Generic synonyms: Iron



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Lexicographical Neighbors of One Iron

one hundred ninety
one hundred one
one hundred percent
one hundred seventy
one hundred seventy-five
one hundred six
one hundred sixty
one hundred sixty-five
one hundred ten
one hundred thirty
one hundred thirty-five
one hundred twenty
one hundred twenty-five
one in a million
one in the eye for
one iron (current term)
one legged
one man and a dog
one million
one million million
one million million million
one moment, please
one more time for the sweet souvenir
one o'clock
one of a kind
one of a kinds
one of his majesty's bad bargains
one of the boys
one of these days
one of those days

Literary usage of One iron

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1. Annual Report by New York (State) Canal commissioners, New York (State), Canal Commissioners (1877)
"... twenty-one wood road, eight iron and wood road, one wood tow-path change, one iron tow-path change, two iron swing and thirty-one iron road bridges, ..."

2. Hunger by Knut Hamsun (1920)
"I had had food every day, and my courage rose, and I thrust one iron after the other into the fire. I was working at three or four articles, that plundered ..."

3. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1859)
"And of one iron sledge, 1 iron tongs, ... one iron pound-weight for weighing divers necessaries, 4 iron bolts for the wheels in the ' fernes/ 2 iron crows, ..."

4. Report on the Investigations Into the Purification of the Ohio River Water by George Warrren Fuller (1898)
"one iron central well : height, 4.33 feet; diameter, 2.42 and 1.71 feet.* One length 8-inch iron pipe. ... one iron casting for support of rake-shafts. ..."

5. Hunger by Knut Hamsun (1921)
"I had had food every day, and my courage rose, and I thrust one iron after the other into the fire. I was working at three or four articles, that plundered ..."

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