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Answers Contain "Iron"

Can you guess these answers that all contain the word "iron"?
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Last updated: September 24, 2019
First submittedAugust 23, 2011
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Clue
Answer
Alter ego of Tony Stark
Iron Man
Competitive cooking show
Iron Chef
German military decoration
Iron Cross
What Daenerys, Cersei, Stannis,
and company all fought over
Iron Throne
Historic era of iron tools
Iron Age
What divided Europe during
the Cold War
Iron Curtain
Chemical name of rust
Iron Oxide
Rocks from which iron can
be extracted
Iron Ore
"In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" band
Iron Butterfly
Actor who was the voice of Scar
in "The Lion King"
Jeremy Irons
Clue
Answer
Type of medical ventilator
Iron Lung
Stalin ruled with an ...
Iron Fist
What a skillet might be made of
Cast Iron
Nickname of Oliver Cromwell
and also the USS Constitution
Old Ironsides
Tyson's nickname
Iron Mike
Margaret Thatcher's nickname
Iron Lady
Torture device or heavy metal band
Iron Maiden
Animated movie about a boy and his
huge iron friend from space
The Iron Giant
What you could use to make your hair
look like 1990s Justin Timberlake
Curling Iron
Slang for lifting weights
Pumping Iron
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level 33
Aug 23, 2011
20/20 with only :13 to spare. WHEW!
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level 17
Dec 2, 2011
The iron giant was one of my favorite movies when i was little!
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level 77
May 1, 2014
Iron Giant was good but not as good as some made it out to be. Not Brad Bird's best work IMO. Good enough to make it on my top 100 animated movies quiz, though.
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level 22
May 1, 2014
Iron ore is not a rock. It is slang used for all rocks that are iron rich like pyrite or hematite.
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level 62
May 1, 2014
I hate to nitpick, but the Iron Age isn't considered prehistoric since writing (and thus the historical era) was invented before the iron smelting.
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level ∞
May 1, 2014
Changed to "historic"
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level 77
May 5, 2014
I often go for Iron Working before Writing because revealing iron on the map is useful for figuring out ideal placement for early settlers.
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level 25
May 7, 2014
Oh civilization, how we love you.
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level 39
Jun 10, 2014
LOL! Civ freaks forever!
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level 50
Jul 23, 2014
Civilization, one of the greatest things since sliced bread. Oh, Sid Meier, you have our eternal gratitude. Not to be confused with Civony(or Evony), which is one of the worst things since... um... never mind.
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level 77
Apr 26, 2018
It's a shame they've never put sliced bread on the tech tree
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level 44
May 2, 2014
Thanks for the sixties-era reference - killed many a brain cell to in-a-gadda-da-vida.
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level 76
Nov 7, 2019
Easily knew that one, but Game of Thrones blew my perfect score.
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level 48
Aug 26, 2015
Anyone who didn't get "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" should watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSCUhqsy4Nk
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level 67
Nov 9, 2018
Wait a minute, this sounds like rock and/or roll!
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level 33
Oct 13, 2015
Only 34% got Old Ironsides? 8O
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level 71
Mar 10, 2016
Had no idea that was a nickname of Cromwell's, but Americans who have been to Boston might get it since the U.S.S. Constitution is a well-known tourist attraction. Yay! A clue for both sides of the pond!
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level 71
Mar 10, 2016
Ha ha... I was so busy extolling the virtues of US-UK friendship on JetPunk, I totally forgot we used the USS Constitution to shoot at the Brits. ;-)
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level 71
Jul 16, 2016
Undefeated in combat and the oldest commissioned warship in the world!
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level 56
Jul 14, 2017
@frognbuff: HMS Victory is the oldest commissioned warship in the world (commissioned 1778, laid down in 1759; USS Constitution laid down in 1794, so can't possibly be older than HMS Victory).
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level 80
Sep 27, 2019
Well, nitpicks aside. HMS Victory is the oldest commissioned warship while the USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. Victory went into drydock in 1922!
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level 49
Nov 7, 2019
I built a plastic model of Old Ironsides. If not for that, I would have missed every question.
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level 76
Dec 8, 2015
I wrote pump, I didn't think to try pumping.
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level 56
Nov 3, 2017
Same here. "Pump iron" should also work.
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level ∞
Nov 4, 2017
Okay
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level 77
Sep 23, 2019
I was so close to iron oxide. I tried... oxidization and some other things.
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level 54
Sep 23, 2019
Obviously can't give his first name, but couldn't "Tyson" be a bit more specific? There are more than just one
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level 83
Sep 23, 2019
These days, you're much more likely to find a flat or straightening iron at a hair salon than a curling iron.
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level ∞
Sep 24, 2019
Good point. Changed the clue :)
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level 59
Sep 24, 2019
I. Ron Butterfly
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level 51
Sep 24, 2019
Iron Lung is also a Radiohead song
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level 67
Sep 24, 2019
Guess I'm part of the 37% of Jetpunkers who don't watch GOT
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level 71
Sep 24, 2019
I didn’t either, but it was a pop culture phenomenon I still could not avoid.
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level 78
Nov 7, 2019
I don't either. I tried Iron Crown, then gave up. Who knew I was so close?
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level 47
Nov 7, 2019
Don't worry. With the later seasons, you didn't miss out on much.
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level 60
Sep 25, 2019
I tried Old Ironside and couldn't figure out why that didn't work. Why do we require the s here when on so many quizzes we don't?
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level 69
Nov 7, 2019
Cause it's not only a plural but a title.
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level 66
Oct 1, 2019
After Iron Man I couldn't stop myself from trying Iron Pan for the cooking show.
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level 62
Oct 6, 2019
Here are two more for you/all: Triangular-shaped landmark in NYC? Singer/Songwriter best known for his album, Our Endless Numbered Days?
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level 46
Nov 7, 2019
So why is an Iron Maiden considered a torture device and not an execution device? Was it used in some case to chop of limbs instead of the head?
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level 77
Nov 7, 2019
I think you are thinking of a guillotine? An iron maiden is sort of a metal sarcophagus lined inside with spikes, that I believe was never actually used as a real medieval torture device but invented later and purported to be one, and now can be found all over Europe in those kitschy and 90% BS tourist trap museums of torture in cities like Prague, Budapest, and San Marino.