a strong, hard magnetic silvery-gray metal, the chemical element of atomic number 26, much used as a material for construction and manufacturing, especially in the form of steel.
This shining metal was not raw iron but hard steel, which bent the softer wrought-iron blades of the Gauls.
a tool or implement now or originally made of iron.
a caulking iron
a handheld implement with a flat steel base that is heated (typically with electricity) to smooth clothes, sheets, etc..
Using an electric iron , the sheets were pressed flat.
a golf club with a metal head (typically with a numeral indicating the degree to which the head is angled in order to loft the ball).
Could not drive straight, could not manipulate the ball with irons and had a putter that was so cold it might have dripped with ice.
a meteorite containing a high proportion of iron.
There are three basic types of meteorites: stones, stony-irons, and irons .