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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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ironworki‧ron‧work /ˈaɪənwɜːk $ ˈaɪərnwɜːrk/ noun [uncountable]  TBDHfences, gates etc made of iron bent into attractive shapes
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ironworkThe platforms had canopies supported by beautiful ironwork, but overall the station fitted no conventional style.And they drooled over its yellow and blue ironwork.The metal is much used for decorative ironwork.It was a pleasant square with tamarind trees, an ice cream parlor and a caf & framed with fancy ironwork.See them using traditional skills on new forged ironwork as well as restoration work.All internal ironwork and insides of gangways were painted with aluminium paint.He had stood in front of it and pinched himself, observing the intricacy of the ironwork with the wonder of a child.The ironwork was cast in Dudley by Benjamin Gibbon and transported by water, eventually reaching the banks of the Stroudwater canal.
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