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ironmongery

[ ahy-ern-mong-guh-ree, -muhng- ]
/ ˈaɪ ərnˌmɒŋ gə ri, -ˌmʌŋ- /
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noun, plural i·ron·mon·ger·ies.British.
a hardware store or business.
the stock of a hardware store; hardware.
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Origin of ironmongery

First recorded in 1705–15; ironmonger + -y3
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