from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Iron which has been rolled only once after being squeezed or shingled into a bloom, in the manufacture of wrought-iron by the puddling process. Such iron contains cinder and is imperfectly welded throughout. It must be cut up, piled into fagots, again heated, and rolled into bar before it is salable.


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