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Synonyms for steel

to prepare (oneself) for action

Synonyms for steel

knife sharpener consisting of a ridged steel rod

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get ready for something difficult or unpleasant

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cover, plate, or edge with steel

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Now he reached the gate of the kraal, now there was rush, a light of downward falling steel, and something swept past him.
Bethink you, silk bonnet never kept out steel blade.
A large male was battering frantically against the steel wires of the cage that held him captive.
The odor of the sharp steel forced itself into my nostrils.
With such steel, One need fear nothing in the moil of life.
He found it intact: the steel bands were flawless; the whole trunk was compact.
Steel," says the gentleman when his visitor has taken a rusty chair.
It was evident to him that he soon must die unless he tore loose from the steel fingers that were choking the life from him.
A voice more sonorous than brass or steel resounded within three paces of him.
Then straightway Robin Hood donned a fine steel coat of chain mail, over which he put on a light jacket of Lincoln green.
Afterward he removed the cover of this dial also, and with keen tool cut the steel finger from the under side of the pointer.
It was a man's face she saw, a face of steel, tense and immobile; a mouth of steel, the lips like the jaws of a trap; eyes of steel, dilated, intent, and the light in them and the glitter were the light and glitter of steel.
Just as they reached it there came from the interior a confusion of the most appalling sounds--the clash of weapons, steel against steel, sharp explosions as of firearms, shrieks of women, groans and the curses of men in combat
modern equivalent, the steel pen, is wielded by the same everlasting
From sea to sea there was stringing of bows in the cottage and clang of steel in the castle.