hardware

Part of speech: noun

Manufactured articles of metal.

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Usage examples "hardware":

  1. Rick glanced at the key in his hand and realized that it was a very ordinary type; master keys that would allow a thief access could be bought in any hardware store. - "The Egyptian Cat Mystery", Harold Leland Goodwin.
  2. I found it mighty refreshing, after those bills in the hardware shop, that monotonous martyr feeling of mine and those worries down by the harbor. - "The Harbor", Ernest Poole.
  3. If we are to play in the evening, we can count on a viola and a clarinet, played respectively by the senior and the junior partner of a hardware firm: Mr. Bronson and Mr. Billings, of Bronson and Billings. - "Life's Minor Collisions", Frances Warner Gertrude Warner.