ingot

[ ing-guh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF ingot

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INGOT

On the heath of Poligny a man had formerly found an ingot of gold.

The pile or ingot on the porter-bar seems to him to have doubled in weight.

The 39 in a hundred and three drawings—its an ingot of gold!

I am not alluding to your wit; a fly does not seek to raise an ingot of gold!

An ingot on top of the pile was jarred from its place and crashed to the floor.

The ingot with the sinkhead will weigh approximately 60,000 pounds.

The ingot under the press is shown in a partly forged state.

Only that part of the ingot below the sinkhead enters the forging.

"You did the thing in style, young man," said Ingot to Carnac with a nod.

Ingot iron is slagless steel with less than 0.30% of carbon.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INGOT

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nounpole, often wooden
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