Definition of "smithy" [smith•y]

  • A blacksmith's shop; a forge. Also called smithery. (noun)

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Use "smithy" in a sentence
  • "When completed, the smithy was a low building of einderblock, sheet-rock, corrugated metal, and so on, plunked down in the middle of sage, paintbrush, Apache plume, and so on."
  • "The smithy was a three-sided shed, the forge in the middle, the anvil toward the front."
  • "The house and the smithy were the first structures Justen had seen within the great forest that were not grown by some tree or another."