Definition of Redshare

1. redsear [adj] - See also: redsear



Lexicographical Neighbors of Redshare

redriving
redroot
redroots
redrove
redrum
redrumed
redruming
redrums
redry
redrying
reds
reds under the bed
redsear
redshank
redshanks
redshare (current term)
redshift
redshifted
redshifting
redshifts
redshire
redshirt
redshirted
redshirting
redshirts
redshort
redskin
redskins
redstart
redstarts

Literary usage of Redshare

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of the Iron Trade: From the Earliest Records to the Present Period by Harry Scrivenor (1854)
"... as cold- share will, or red hot as sulphureous redshare-iron will, but yet tough enough when it is cold; all which aforesaid qualities of iron the ..."

2. History of the Iron Trade: From the Earliest Records to the Present Period by Harry Scrivenor (1854)
"... but perfect tough malleable iron will not break feasibly in hot heat or cold, as cold- share will, or red hot as sulphureous redshare-iron will, ..."

3. A Comprehensive History of the Iron Trade, Throughout the World: From the by Harry Scrivenor (1841)
"... but perfect tough malleable iron will not break feasibly in hot heat or cold, as cold- share will, or red hot as sulphureous redshare-iron will, ..."

4. "A Writer's Inkhorn," by Lucy Bronson Dudley (1910)
"... not fit to make iron ; because the iron thereof made is very redshare, which is that if a workman should draw or forge out a share mould fit for a ..."

5. "A Writer's Inkhorn," by Lucy Bronson Dudley (1910)
"... not fit to make iron; because the iron thereof made is very redshare, which is that if a workman should draw or forge out a share mould fit for a plough ..."

6. The Chemistry of Iron & Steel Making: And of Their Practical Uses by William Mattieu Williams (1890)
"... yet this stone is so sulphurous and terrestrial, not fit to make iron; because the iron thereof made is very redshare, which is that if a workman should ..."

7. Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts by Royal School of Mines (Great Britain), Geological Survey of Great Britain (1852)
"... as the body of coal it-self would possibly doe." The different kinds of iron made are mentioned under the heads of 1. redshare ; 2. ..."

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