Definition of Ironbarks

1. Noun. (plural of ironbark) ¹



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Definition of Ironbarks

1. ironbark [n] - See also: ironbark

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironbarks

iron protoporphyrin
iron putty
iron pyrite
iron pyrites
iron radioisotopes
iron sorbitex
iron sorbitol
iron succinyl milk protein complex
iron sulfate
iron trap
iron tree
iron vitriol
ironable
ironbark
ironbark tree
ironbarks (current term)
ironbound
ironclad
ironclads
irone
ironed
ironed out
ironer
ironers
irones
ironfisted
ironhanded
ironheads
ironhearted
ironic

Literary usage of Ironbarks

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1. Along Parallel Lines: A History of the Railways of New South Wales by John Gunn (1989)
"If ever the extension of the Great Western Railway is taken by ironbarks it ... He reported to the Commissioner on 23 April 1877: The line by ironbarks (to ..."

2. The Indian Forester (1902)
"It penetrates furthest into the interior of the ironbarks, being found at least as far west as Nymagee and Mount Hope, is well diffused in the south-western ..."

3. Annual Report by Dept. of Mines, New South Wales Dept. of Mines, New South Wales, Geological Survey of New South Wales (1878)
"I HAVE inspected the ironbarks, Stoney Creek, ... There are at present four crushing machines, two at ironbarks, one at Stoney Creek, ..."

4. Report by New South Wales Dept. of Education (1898)
"All the schools in operation, with the exception of ironbarks Provisional, which was closed early in the year through small attendance, received a regular ..."

5. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"Wood usually very pale, but variable; the hardest of ironbarks; "cuts almost like horn:" valuable for railroad-ties, fencing, and building purposes. ..."

6. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales by Linnean Society of New South Wales (1881)
"wood of this Ironbark is the least esteemed of the four species, to which our ironbarks are now referred. Though more easily worked, ..."

7. The Mineral Resources of New South Wales by Geological Survey of New South Wales, Edward Fisher Pittman (1901)
"Chromite from the serpentine of this district has been assayed for a yield of 46-45 per cent. ironbarks.—Chromite has been reported from between ..."

8. Along Parallel Lines: A History of the Railways of New South Wales by John Gunn (1989)
"If ever the extension of the Great Western Railway is taken by ironbarks it ... He reported to the Commissioner on 23 April 1877: The line by ironbarks (to ..."

9. The Indian Forester (1902)
"It penetrates furthest into the interior of the ironbarks, being found at least as far west as Nymagee and Mount Hope, is well diffused in the south-western ..."

10. Annual Report by Dept. of Mines, New South Wales Dept. of Mines, New South Wales, Geological Survey of New South Wales (1878)
"I HAVE inspected the ironbarks, Stoney Creek, ... There are at present four crushing machines, two at ironbarks, one at Stoney Creek, ..."

11. Report by New South Wales Dept. of Education (1898)
"All the schools in operation, with the exception of ironbarks Provisional, which was closed early in the year through small attendance, received a regular ..."

12. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"Wood usually very pale, but variable; the hardest of ironbarks; "cuts almost like horn:" valuable for railroad-ties, fencing, and building purposes. ..."

13. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales by Linnean Society of New South Wales (1881)
"wood of this Ironbark is the least esteemed of the four species, to which our ironbarks are now referred. Though more easily worked, ..."

14. The Mineral Resources of New South Wales by Geological Survey of New South Wales, Edward Fisher Pittman (1901)
"Chromite from the serpentine of this district has been assayed for a yield of 46-45 per cent. ironbarks.—Chromite has been reported from between ..."

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