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midiron

Syllabification: mid·i·ron
Pronunciation: /ˈmidˌī(ə)rn
 
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Definition of midiron in English:

noun

Golf
An iron with a medium degree of loft, such as a four-, five-, or six-iron.
Example sentences
  • The long and midirons have a hollow body, like woods, so more weight can be moved down and back.
  • The long and midirons are made from 17-4 stainless steel.
  • He hits the ball 280 to 290 yards off the tee but says the strength of his game is his midirons and chipping around the greens.

Words that rhyme with midiron

gridiron

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