Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Clothed in armor of steel.

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Examples

  • When I got back the steel-clad exterior doors were in, very handsome and giving the house a feeling of solid strength that went well with its massive, sculptural personality.

    Bird Cloud

  • When I got back the steel-clad exterior doors were in, very handsome and giving the house a feeling of solid strength that went well with its massive, sculptural personality.

    Bird Cloud

  • When I got back the steel-clad exterior doors were in, very handsome and giving the house a feeling of solid strength that went well with its massive, sculptural personality.

    Bird Cloud

  • When I got back the steel-clad exterior doors were in, very handsome and giving the house a feeling of solid strength that went well with its massive, sculptural personality.

    Bird Cloud

  • Later on Sunday Bin Hammam and Warner – at a press conference at Fifa's $100m headquarters, on a hill above Zurich, an echoing, steel-clad office block, set in rolling rose gardens, ringed by football pitches – were suspended by Fifa's ethics committee.

    Blind eyes and closed ranks at the crazy court of Fifa's Sepp Blatter | David Conn

  • She minimized paint using plaster walls inside, stone outside and steel-clad windows so as to avoid retouching work.

    In Napa, Blending a House and Winery

  • From The Slavers of Thok (our hero is on a steel-clad steamship in the middle of a sea battle):

    Juvenalia II: Action!

  • Bead board clads the wall, with fir on the ceilings, lending warmth to the sitting area while contrasting with the steel-clad fireplace.

    The Nordquist Residence by John Lum Architecture

  • Of course the film also includes Moore's trademark attempts to bust through security at steel-clad corporations so he can have a productive tete a tete with the CEO.

    Erica Abeel: Michael Moore Takes on Goldman

  • The Grecian sailors, too, when they observed the vessels approach so near, filled with the steel-clad Latins, began to shrink from a contest to be maintained hand to hand with so terrible an enemy.

    Count Robert of Paris

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