iron-handed[ ahy-ern-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF iron-handed
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She was the wife of Duke Ernest the Iron-handed, and apparently might have shared his epithet.
As a man, he seems hard-headed, self-willed, and iron-handed.
In doing this, Tonty held her platter braced by his iron-handed arm.
It made no difference to the white-bearded William, the iron-handed Bismarck, or the sensual Napoleon.
But on a sudden the iron-handed commandant ran past her tent, shouting to his men.
The boys were thrust at once into that iron-handed but wholly wise grasp—the Latin Grammar.
Oh, my friends and fellow-countrymen, the slaves of an iron-handed and a grinding despotism!
An iron-handed man knows how to deal with such cases, and he winds them up with a bounce.
But surely the compositor need not fear that the iron-handed automaton will snatch the bread out of his mouth.
A sculptor might have chosen his face and frame for a type of the iron-handed leader of pioneers.