- iron or steel, especially in sheets, coated with zinc to prevent rust.
Origin of galvanized iron
Examples from the Web for galvanized iron
Historical Examples of galvanized iron
Better have it lined with zinc or galvanized-iron, inside of the plank.American Pomology
J. A. Warder
A galvanized-iron wire is best of all; as it never rusts, and needs only to be wiped off each week.The Easiest Way in Housekeeping and Cooking
He is provided with galvanized-iron buckets having lids and locks; each bucket holds about 60 lb.
To obviate this annoyance, I made a galvanized-iron pipe, about 2 ft. long and 8 in.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2
But even these, so to speak, galvanized-iron interiors are not always proof.The Child in the Midst
Mary Schauffler Labaree
- building trades iron, esp a sheet of corrugated iron, covered with a protective coating of zinc