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cast steel

noun

  1. any of various steels cast in molds to form objects.


cast steel

noun

  1. steel containing varying amounts of carbon, manganese, phosphorus, silicon, and sulphur that is cast into shape rather than wrought


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Other Words From

  • cast-steel adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of cast steel1

First recorded in 1770–80

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Example Sentences

Cast steel clamps hold the cable together, and to these the suspending rods are attached.

It is then called cast steel, and is of a more uniform texture.

His short life was a hard struggle, but he discovered the secret of making cast-steel, and died in 1828.

Our boats have a ten-inch razor-edged cast-steel stem fitted to them for net-cutting and other purposes.

The thickness of the metal normally to the blows was 23½ inches, and the projectiles were of cast steel.

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