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Definitions of iridium:

part of speech: noun

The most infusible of the known metals, of a steel- grey or lead colour, and shining metallic lustre, found in the ore of platinum and in gold- washings- used in porcelain- painting and for the nibs of gold pens.

part of speech: noun

A rare element somewhat like platinum, one of the heaviest known metals.

Usage examples for iridium:

  • I'm getting back to the iridium fields on Callisto." "One Purple Hope!", Henry Hasse
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