iron[ ahy-ern ]SEE DEFINITION OF iron
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Only don't let the first woman that comes ridin' herd get her iron on you.
He crumpled the poster and inserted it beneath the lid of his iron stove.
Something that Uncle Jasper had said recurred to him, something about iron dust.
The iron loop at the end was to put one's foot into when one wanted to load it.
"I wisht to God that some iron dust would work its way into your soul," he said.
But the other thing was what happened, and it gave you a touch of the iron that a man needs in his blood.
Under the strain of his muscles, iron bars bent like hot wax.
Gone is the mass of the mountains, the stoniness of rocks, the hard solidity of iron.
I hold that a man has more to fear there from the ink-pot of the one than from the iron of the other.
The germinating cases, A A, are of iron; the bottoms are double.