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i·ron·ware

 (ī′ərn-wâr′)
n.
Iron utensils and other products made of iron.

ironware

(ˈaɪənˌwɛə)
n
domestic articles made of iron

i•ron•ware

(ˈaɪ ərnˌwɛər)

n.
articles of iron, as pots, kettles, or tools; hardware.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ironware - instrumentalities (tools or implements) made of metalironware - instrumentalities (tools or implements) made of metal
instrumentation, instrumentality - an artifact (or system of artifacts) that is instrumental in accomplishing some end
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Lastly, the quantity of ironware that we use is so large that an agricultural implement and tool-maker has removed into the town, and is very well satisfied with the result.
Apart from this, over 1,000 cultural relics, like bronzeware, ironware, pottery, and coins, were also found at the tombs, according to Xinhua.
Themes for the classes include cooking with ironware and making butter.
Copenhaver spent 10 years with Le Creuset and also worked with Nautica, brand consulting firm Landor, Tribeca Film Festival and web portal Lycos before joining Smithey Ironware. He also serves on the board of trustees for the American College of the Building Arts.
Sea salt was boiled; coal was extracted from under the Forth; and the village 'hammer men' made ironware. Some coal was exported to Holland, the ships bringing back red pantile (pantile) roof slates as ballast, which explains today's 'Continental' feel of the community's houses.
Sea salt was boiled; coal was extracted from under the Forth; and the village 'hammer men' made ironware. Some coal was exported to Holland, the ships bringing back red pantile roof slates as ballast, which explains today's 'Continental' feel of the community's houses.
Like the white plaster-finished chandelier in the entry and other lighting in the building, the antiqued gold- and silver-hued sculptural chandeliers in Kristie's came from Ironware International, which hand-forges its fixtures in Normandy, France, and then finishes them in Nashville.
The Group also operates an ironware parts division, and communication facilities and other businesses.
The High Tang is like a plump silkworm that slowly builds its cocoon, emitting silk, porcelain, ironware, silver and gold articles, bronze mirrors, papermaking, and woodblock printing to the West via the Silk Road.
The sources further said that the terrorists intended to take out electrical cables, ironware materials and copper cables from the destroyed building to sell them in black market.
The remaining works were unique ironware tables in a similar gothic style, each laden with individually crafted glassware pieces in the form of foodstuffs.