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Answer for the clue "Clothes presser", 4 letters:
iron

Alternative clues for the word iron

Remove the wrinkles from

Caddie's offering

Nutritional necessity

Press

Press clothes

Smooth

Press, as clothes

Flatten

De-wrinkle

Fe, in chemistry

Driver's selection

Shade of gray

Vitamin supplement

Heavy metal

Press agent?

Part of multivitamin

Golf club

It's a scorcher

Collar straightener

Decrease?

Word after pig or before horse

Monopoly token

Inflexible

Player's club

Multivitamin supplement

Appliance on a board

One-a-Day ingredient

Unbending

Dewrinkle

Maker of a brand name?

Get the wrinkles out

Vitamin tablet supplement

Unyielding

Wrinkle remover

Resolve, with "out"

Much of the earth's core

A magnet attracts it

It smooths things over

Mesabi Range deposit

Unwrinkle

Numbered club

Part of steel

It's sometimes cast

It may be pumped

Golf bag item

It's pumped in gyms

Steam ___

Item in a bag

Its symbol is Fe

#26

Smooth (out)

Tend to pressing business

Anemic's need

Like Dumas's mask

Appliance with a cord and a board

Pistol, slangily

Steel ingredient

Vitamin pill addition

Monopoly game token

Branding tool

It can be cast

Nutrient in spinach

Unwavering

Golfer's selection

Club at a club

Mashie, e.g.

Some pump it

Fe, to chemists

One of nine in golf

Will or fist preceder

26 on a table

Do post-laundry work

Kind of horse

Hematite component

Flattener

Fe, to a chemist

Mineral in spinach

Essential nutrient

Waffle maker

"Pumping ___"

Laundry item

Common supplement

What spinach is rich in

Get the wrinkles out of

Flatten, in a way

Like some wills

Pressing need

Geritol ingredient

Tiger club

Fe, chemically

Fairway club

Element that can precede the starts of 20-, 31-, 47- and 54-Across

Hard stuff

Wood alternative

___ Man, comics hero

Hotel room amenity

Pressing need?

Mill material

Club that's not a wood

Cast-___ stomach

Fe, on the periodic table

It may let off steam

Mineral in hemoglobin

Do a post-washing chore

One letting off steam

With 11-Down, prehistoric period

It's pumped

Fe, to scientists

A Monopoly token

Steel component

Unrelenting

See 21-Down

What bodybuilders pump

Weights, colloquially

Club that's usually numbered from 3 to 9

You might take it out for a drive

Weights, to a weightlifter

*Fe, in chemistry

"Pumping ___" (1977 docudrama featuring 48-Across)

Mineral abundant in kale

Unwrinkler

See 4-Down

Smooth over

Something spinach has

Monopoly token replaced in 2013

Spinach is rich in it

De-crease

Weights, so to speak

Sand wedge, e.g.

Pitching wedge, for one

Core component

Clothes unwrinkler

Metal shackles

A heavy ductile magnetic metallic element

Implement used to brand live stock

Home appliance consisting of a flat metal base that is heated and used to smooth cloth

For hands or legs

A golfclub that has a relatively narrow metal head

Plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood

Is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts

Used in construction and tools and armament

Laundry implement that might make a 43-Down

Kind of mask or curtain

___ Man McGinnity

Something to pump

Cruel

Word with fist or horse

Ferrite

Imaginary curtain

"The ___ Horse" (Lou Gehrig)

One of the Ages

Merciless

When this is hot, strike!

Wedge, for one

Shower gift

Mashie

Osmund, e.g.

Pumping material

The ___ Duke (Wellington)

A kind of will

Club for Faldo

Niblick, for one

Symbol of strength

Tuesday's appliance

What Mr. America pumps

Use a goose

Former "curtain" material

Press suits

Obsolete curtain material?

The ___ Chancellor (Bismarck)

Element in raisins

Kind of fist

Club numbered one to nine

London's "The ___ Heel"

Dietary need

Bridal-shower gift

Goffer

Metallic element

A club for Caponi

What Schwarzenegger pumps

Ferrous metal

Do a pressing chore

A number 5, e.g.

Item in the fire

Shipment to Bethlehem

Mesabi product

___ Gate, Danube gorge

Mangle

Club for Ray Floyd

Club for Couples

Wedge, e.g.

Item to pump

Shipment to Pittsburgh

Steel source

___ Curtain

Ferrum

Mashie or niblick

Do a pressing job

Multivitamin ingredient

Item in a laundry

Magnetic attraction

Dietary supplement

Steel base

Have pressing problems

Kind of hand or horse

Do a laundry job

Golfer's niblick, e.g.

Do a Tuesday chore

Pittsburgh intake

"___ City" (Pittsburgh)

Curtain of a sort

Firmness

Cleek or wedge

Curtain modifier

Kind of Cross or Maiden

___ Maiden of Nuremberg

___ mike (automatic pilot)

Niblick, e.g.

Tuesday appliance?

Work on laundry

Pig or cast follower

Keep a pressing engagement

Cautery

Flat follower

___ Hills of Rhûn

Hematite constituent

"The Man in the ___ Mask"

Mashie, for one

It might be cast or wrought

Word with sad or pig

Kind of curtain

Symbol of endurance

Kind of horse or man

With 54 Down, nickname for an engine

___ Age

Do a household job

Kind of horse or curtain

Modern curtain material

Word with flat or angle

A "pumping" metal

Word with cast or sad

What steel and spinach have in common

Cross or Duke

Word with fisted or handed

Item in Player's bag

Curtain or ore

Age or horse

Golfer's niblick

Shackle

Wedge or mashie

Flat or pig follower

Tough

Tool for Kite or Hite

Kind of horse or hand

Most common metal

Merrimack plating

The ___ Lady (Margaret Thatcher)

Tonic ingredient

Niblick or mashie

Niblick or wedge

Laundry device

Osmund, for one

Remove wrinkles

Household appliance

Use a mangle

An age of man

Word after grid or sad

Mask or maiden

The ___ Duke

One of a golf nine

Golfer's 9 or 5

Pressing necessity

Obdurate

Niblick

Take care of a pressing detail

Fairway choice

Branding ___

___ out (resolve)

Word with hand or horse

Putter, for one

Do laundry work

Red curtain material?

It goes across the board

Word definitions for iron in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a paracetamol/quinine/iron etc tablet ▪ She's on iron tablets for her anaemia. a stone/wooden/iron bridge ▪ The iron bridge was built in 1811. a wooden/iron/wrought-iron gate ▪ Their way was barred by huge wrought-iron...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Irony \I"ron*y\, a. [From Iron .] Made or consisting of iron; partaking of iron; iron; as, irony chains; irony particles; -- In this sense iron is the more common term. [R.] --Woodward. Resembling iron in taste, hardness, or other physical property.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
1 (context not comparable English) Made of the metal iron. 2 (context figuratively English) strong (as of will), inflexible. n. (context uncountable English) A common, inexpensive metal, often black in color, that rusts, is attracted by magnets, and is...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English isærn (with Middle English rhotacism of -s- ) "the metal iron; an iron weapon," from Proto-Germanic *isarnan (cognates: Old Saxon isarn , Old Norse isarn , Middle Dutch iser , Old High German isarn , German Eisen ) "holy metal" or "strong metal"...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
adj. extremely robust; "an iron constitution" [syn: cast-iron ]

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 13138 Housing Units (2000): 8772 Land area (2000): 1166.355280 sq. miles (3020.846180 sq. km) Water area (2000): 44.665114 sq. miles (115.682109 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1211.020394 sq. miles (3136.528289 sq. km) Located within: Michigan...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Iron is a chemical element with symbol Fe (from ) and atomic number 26. It is a metal in the first transition series . It is by mass the most common element on Earth , forming much of Earth's outer and inner core . It is the fourth most common element in...

Usage examples of iron.

Hence the sulphuretted hydrogen must be boiled off and the iron removed as basic ferric acetate by the method described on p.

The small quantity of white flocculent precipitate which may be observed in the acetic acid solution before titrating, contains the whole of the iron as ferric arsenate.

The iron is reduced to the ferrous state and phosphate of alumina precipitated in an acetic acid solution.

In the case of ferric salts, half the quantity of acetic acid will be better, as then the ferric iron will be precipitated, and a colourless solution will be left, in which the end reaction is more readily distinguished.

He had been with Mwynwen frequently, either in his own chambers or her house, resting and leaching out of his body the subliminal aches and slight sickness that extended exposure to iron caused .

Vesta resembles a kind of meteorite called a basaltic achondrite, while 16 Psyche and 22 Kalliope appear to be largely iron.

Venerian lives upon the bottom of an everlasting sea of fog and his thin epidermis, utterly without pigmentation, burns and blisters as frightfully at the least exposure to actinic light as does ours at the touch of a red-hot iron.

Sheets of immeasurable fire, and veins Of gold and stone, and adamantine iron.

The specific treatment, which should not be omitted, consists in administering doses of ten drops of the tincture of the muriate of iron in alternation with teaspoonful doses of the Golden Medical Discovery, every three hours.

Mourzoufle, an iron mace in his hand, visiting the posts, and affecting the part and aspect of a warrior, was an object of terror to his soldiers, at least, and to his kinsmen.

Juss, enforcing his half frozen limbs to resume the ascent, beheld a sight of woe too terrible for the eye: a young man, helmed and graithed in dark iron, a black-a-moor with goggle-eyes and white teeth agrin, who held by the neck a fair young lady kneeling on her knees and clasping his as in supplication, and he most bloodily brandishing aloft his spear of six foot of length as minded to reave her of her life.

Broken stone and iron gashed her bare feet as she plunged into the black arch of the gate, but the pain was swallowed in icy fear as thin, aimless winds tugged at heras she sensed, rather than saw, something move in the utter blackness over her head.

A squalid alameda where there stood a rotting brushwood gazebo and a few old iron benches.

The largest of those was taller than Alayne, with iron bands girding its dark brown staves.

Twenty minutes later, Jake sat waist-deep in a steaming galvanized iron bath, set out alfresco under the mahogany trees.