from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A name for metal of the class to which wrought-iron belongs, which has been built up from smaller masses to larger by the process of welding and pressure, instead of by a fusion process, the latter producing steels. The name has not been generally accepted in spite of its convenience. See weld-iron and weld-steel.


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