Looking for a clue for todays Wordle or another Word game? Look no further! We got you covered. We got a few plausible five letter words starting with ir.
Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:
Definition of irade
- A decree issued by a Muslim ruler.
Definition of irked
- To irritate; annoy; bother
Definition of irons
- A common, inexpensive metal, silvery grey when untarnished, that rusts, is attracted by magnets, and is used in making steel.
- A metallic chemical element having atomic number 26 and symbol Fe.
- Any material, not a steel, predominantly made of elemental iron.
- A tool or appliance made of metal, which is heated and then used to transfer heat to something else; most often a thick piece of metal fitted with a handle and having a flat, roughly triangular bottom, which is heated and used to press wrinkles from clothing, and now usually containing an electrical heating apparatus.
- (usually plural, irons) Shackles.
- A firearm, either a long gun or a handgun.
- A dark shade of the colour/color silver.
- (shortened from iron hoof, rhyming with poof; countable) A male homosexual.
- A golf club used for middle-distance shots.
- Used as a symbol of great strength or toughness, or to signify a very strong or tough material.
- Weight used as resistance for the purpose of strength training.
- A safety curtain in a theatre.
- Dumb bombs, those without guidance systems.
- To pass an iron over (clothing or some other item made of cloth) in order to remove creases.
- To shackle with irons; to fetter or handcuff.
- To furnish or arm with iron.
- A lack of forward motion.
- The stirrups.
Definition of irony
- A statement that, when taken in context, may actually mean something different from, or the opposite of, what is written literally; the use of words expressing something other than their literal intention, often in a humorous context.
- Dramatic irony: a theatrical effect in which the meaning of a situation, or some incongruity in the plot, is understood by the audience, but not by the characters in the play.
- Ignorance feigned for the purpose of confounding or provoking an antagonist; Socratic irony.
- The state of two usually unrelated entities, parties, actions, etc. being related through a common connection in an uncommon way.
- Contradiction between circumstances and expectations; condition contrary to what might be expected.
- Of or pertaining to the metal iron.