Metalworking. a hearth for smelting iron in blooms of pasty consistency by means of charcoal.
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How to use bloomery in a sentence
An hour later when his regiment came down into bloomery Gap, he found the colonel and made his report.
This was the first time he had been thus summoned since that unlucky winter evening at bloomery Gap.
As you say, he made the very man we're talking of do that from bloomery Gap to Romney—and nobody ever knew why.
When a Catalan forge is employed in making blooms, it is called a bloomery.Popular Technology; Volume 2 | Edward Hazen
Across the road from this seat and close to the beck are the slag mounds of another bloomery.The Book of Coniston | William Gershom Collingwood
British Dictionary definitions for bloomery
a place in which malleable iron is produced directly from iron ore
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