Ironware

/ˈʌɪənwɛː/

Origin

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at iron, ware1 (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Ironware

Ironware

noun

  1. articles of iron, as pots, kettles, or tools; hardware.
  2. domestic articles made of iron

dictionary.com

Ironware

noun

  1. Articles made of iron, typically domestic implements.

lexico.com

Ironware

noun

  1. : articles made of iron

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Example sentences for Ironware

  1. The manufactures include linen, lace, woollens, brassware and ironware.
  2. The manufactures are Prussian blue, hosiery, ironware, and leather.
  3. The ironware made a crash that could be heard all through the mansion.
  4. In another corner, some rude shelves were placed, upon which appeared a few articles of tin and ironware.
  5. It was quite dark and they stumbled over some ironware and crocks.

Related words & Synonyms

housewares, plumbing, fixtures, metalware, kitchenware

Nearby words

ironside , ironsides , ironsmith , ironstone , ironton , ironweed , ironwoman , ironwood , ironwork , ironworker

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