Examples of wrought iron in a Sentence
an antique wrought iron fence
a chair made of wrought iron
Recent Examples of wrought iron from the Web
Mixed with the growing plants are usually some hardscape features such as pergolas, arches of wrought iron or woven willow, benches, tuteurs or obelisks for climbing plants.
Pipes built a swimming pool in back, as well as a cabana, surrounded by statues, wrought iron and fountains.
Much of the museum repair work is going to require carpenters, masons and metal workers who can deal with uncommon stone and brick treatments, wrought iron, carved wood, murals, glass works, mosaics and ornamental landscaping.
Located in a squat one-story cinder block building that is distinctively two-tone green with black wrought iron window grills, Garcia’s is a real neighborhood joint and an institution on the city’s West Side — it was established in 1962.
In the dining room, walls hold a black and white wrought iron fleur-de-lis and sconces, with prints from Paris.
Tenants get the signature WeWork aesthetic of unpolished wood and wrought iron, as well as various perks.
The courtyard at Grace United Methodist Church in Mid-City is a pleasant enough spot to pass the time, with a cluster of palm trees and small wrought iron tables and chairs.
Battered cars, corrugated metal, plywood, wrought iron and other debris covered street after street.
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WROUGHT IRON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrought iron for English Language Learners
: a kind of iron that is often used to make decorative fences, furniture, etc.
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