Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An establishment where wire is made or fitted to some specific use.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of wirework.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Separated from the wireworks by a narrow strip of lawn, the house was a tall spacious affair, with some twenty-seven rooms, walls two feet thick, and few frills.

    The Great Bridge

  • Lloyd Haigh and his wireworks, they were no longer.

    The Great Bridge

  • Mr Barnes left school at 15 without being able to read or write and, after spending time in Newmarket as a trainee jockey, returned home to work at the wireworks and as a crane driver in Bowater Scott for many years.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Mr Barnes left school at 15 without being able to read or write and, after spending time in Newmarket as a trainee jockey, returned home to work at the wireworks and as a crane driver in Bowater Scott for many years.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Mr Barnes left school at 15 without being able to read or write and, after spending time in Newmarket as a trainee jockey, returned home to work at the wireworks and as a crane driver in Bowater Scott for many years.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • The stickpin vectoring deployment mod the SH-AWD sends drive torque not uncorrupt to the wheel with traction but it wireworks inward linking in the infinite duration control to give a start power unto anyone the gut ordinary surface wheel to help shape the heap in the desired direction.

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  • Hewitt, Roebling noted, held a mortgage on Haigh’s wireworks and he had made a deal with Haigh not to foreclose so long as Haigh turned over 10 per cent of what he made from the bridge contract.

    The Great Bridge

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