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  • adjective made from wrought iron

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Examples

  • The centerpieces consisted of wrought-iron candela-bras overflowing with roses, lilies, and orchids.

    My Fair Wedding

  • The stairs were narrow and steep, poured from concrete with a wrought-iron railing that seeped rust into the cement.

    Miles to Go

  • She jumped out and stretched, then followed her friends to the main entrance, which was covered by a high portico, and then through the heavy front doors, flanked by large wrought-iron urns brimming with autumn flowers.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • Meanwhile, wrought-iron candle stands along the aisle were accented with a cascade of foliage and the yellow forsythia.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Then the crowd marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House, where dozens grabbed hold of the wrought-iron fence around the mansion.

    Occupy Movement Turns Its Anger on Congress

  • The dome consisted of a wrought-iron framework covered in a skin of glass.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Pratt and Judkyn acquired artifacts such as wrought-iron weathervanes depicting American Indians with bows and arrows; whirligigs shaped like policemen, whose long arms flailed in the wind; pretty duck decoys; tiny, 3,000-year-old stone carvings of birds from the Great Lakes; and Indian jewelry in silver and turquoise.

    Telling Our Story Across the Pond

  • The massive Mormon complex, rimmed by flower gardens and a wrought-iron fence, takes up about ten acres in the center of Salt Lake City.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • I had bought some wrought-iron hinges in Santa Fe earlier expecting they could be used but Gerald said they would not work on house doors.

    Bird Cloud

  • Her reception would look like an enchanted garden, complete with floral topiaries, butterfly accents, decorative grasses and moss, chiffon and sheer fabrics, wrought-iron candelabras, and rustic urns.

    My Fair Wedding

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